Posts Tagged ‘bbc’
Tuesday, December 7th, 2010
Those of you who have been following along from the start will know that SharonCorr.com is about to celebrate it’s second Christmas (and we’re very excited!).
This version of the classic “Me and My Teddy Bear” was Sharon’s Christmas single for the charity Children in Need.
So if you didn’t see it last year, or even if you did, we hope you enjoy it.
Tuesday, September 14th, 2010
The album is out now in the UK! For all the UK fans, here are the links to buy the CD, download the album and more:
Buy The Album
To celebrate the album launch this week, Sharon has been doing lots of radio promotion. Melissa from the forum has kindly gathered them all into a list so you can hear the interviews and performances. Here are a few of the most recent:
Sharon on BBC WM, 9/9/10. The Paul Franks Show. Starts at approx 1 hour 47. Listen Back.
Sharon on RTÉ 2FM’s Breakfast Show 13/9/10/ Starts at 99:30. Click Listen Back on their page for a pop out player. Also acoustic performance of EGLS. Link.
Sharon on BBC Hereford and Worcester 13/9/10. Includes INAD and Jenny’s Chickens performances. Starts at 2 hours 27 minutes. Listen Back.
Saturday, July 3rd, 2010
Aled Jones, Hayley Westenra and myself played a lovely show in Langholm Scotland last Friday, 22nd June. Last year, for Children In Need, Sir Terry Wogan auctioned us on BBC Radio 2 and the lucky David Stevenson was the highest bidder.
Here’s some footage from rehearsals during the day, filmed in the smallest hotel room imaginable (p.s. that’s not a toilet in the background!) and the wonderful show that night. (more…)
Sunday, January 17th, 2010
Here’s some fun footage from one day of many promo days for Its Not A Dream in the UK. By the way, the last interviewer is none other than Stuart Cable ex- Stereophonics drummer, current Killing For Company. During this interview I asked him to play drums on a track on my album. (more…)
Friday, November 27th, 2009
Each week Ken Bruce invites a different artist onto his Radio 2 show to select and discuss the ten tracks that changed their life. Next week, his guest is Sharon.
Sharon will be on each morning from 09:30 am on BBC Radio 2 so don’t forget to tune in! Can anyone guess which songs she’ll pick?