Sharon Dee Clarke
Sharon Dee Clarke achieved chart success with the FPI Project's remake of "Going Back To My Roots" and in Nomad with the singles "(I Wanna Give You) Devotion" and "Just A Groove", the latter of which sold over two million singles worldwide.
Clarke was also part of the female vocal group Six Chix, formed for the Eurovision Song Contest 2000. They came second in the UK selection with the song "Only The Women Know" written by Katrina And The Waves' member Kimberley Rew. They were beaten by Nicki French singing "Don't Play That Song Again" which went on to Stockholm to finish 16th.
She also recorded the title song on Terry Pratchett's "Only You Can Save Mankind - The Album" alongside other West End stars including Kerry Ellis, Ricardo Afonso and Daniel Boys.
- 31 Vocals
- 3 Instruments & Performance
- 2 Writing & Arrangement
- 21 Featuring & Presenting
- 1 Acting, Literary & Spoken