Sharon Bryant

Sharon Bryant (born August 14, 1956, Westchester County, New York) is an American R&B singer. She began her career as the lead singer of the R&B group Atlantic Starr in 1976.

Career

Bryant sang lead on songs such as "When Love Calls" and "Circles". She left the group in pursuit of a solo career in 1984, and had moderate solo success with that effort. She would not achieve success on her own again until five years later, when the ballad "Foolish Heart" reached the top ten on Billboard's R&B chart. Another major R&B hit from the accompanying self-titled album, "Let Go" was also a moderate pop hit, cracking the top 40 on the pop charts (at #34) and charting at #37 on Radio & Records Magazine's Top 100.

In 2013, Bryant appeared as a background vocalist on Empire of the Sun's second album Ice on the Dune on the song "Keep a Watch".

Discography

Albums

With Atlantic Starr

  • Atlantic Starr (1978)
  • Straight to the Point (1979)
  • Radiant (1980)
  • Brilliance (1982)
  • Yours Forever (1983)

Solo

  • Here I Am (1989)

Singles

With Atlantic Starr

1978

  • "Stand Up"

1981

  • "When Love Calls"
  • "Send for Me"

1982

  • "Circles"
  • "Perfect Love"
  • "Love Me Down"

1983

  • "Touch a Four Leaf Clover"

1984

  • "More, More, More"

Solo

1989

  • "Here I Am"
  • "Let Go" [ song]

Foolish Heart [song]1990

  • "Body Talk"

To learn more about the artist, please visit
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharon_Bryant_(singer)