Award-winning artist Sharon Lia’s unique style can be described as a mix of modern-day Heart, Pat Benetar, and Evanescence- meets-Adele. Her most recent album Beyond Wonderland fills the void in a genre built on raw emotion. Raw, Open, Authentic, Real. Sharon and her music are intent on invoking passion and emotion in stories the listener can relate to as their own.

Sharon Lia who has landed on the Grammy® Ballot multiple times, signed a distribution deal with Sony/Orchard and their music has been featured in top TV markets across the country, including shows on FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, CW, and in their own backyard—WPHL Philadelphia, along with The Marilyn Russell show on WOGL FM, where Lia was highlighted in the "Remarkable Women” series. 

Lia and her band have played numerous music festivals such as Hollystock, Ladybug, Firefly, (also performing Portugal The Man, The Killers, and Alice Merton) and stages like Hard Rock Cafe, The Celebrity Theatre (Dollywood), and most recently "rocked" NYC Times Square's Billboard.  

Singer/songwriter/keyboardist Sharon Lia  4 time Josie Music Award winner (most recently for Rock Artist of the Year) is joined on her last full-length album "Beyond Wonderland" by her regular band, guitarist Rick Jannotti, drummer Howie Fallon, bassist Rhodney Miller (Lauren Hill, Kindred, Jill Scott), keyboardist Howie Gordon, and backup singer Vika Hunter.  

Guest artists on the album include percussionist Pablo Batista (Alicia Keys, Teddy Pendergrass, Jeffrey Osborne), keyboardist Damon “Dizzy Fingers” Bennett (Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera), and bassist Mitch Beer (Digable Planets). Beyond Wonderland was co-produced by Grammy-nominated/multi-platinum engineer/producer David Ivory (Erykah Badu, The Roots, Halestorm, Patti LaBelle).


Sharon Lia Band released the single The Sum of Us last year, which was chosen by Deepak Chopra as his official Spotify artist pick and just released "Welcome To My World, Remastered, The Songs of Linda Creed" (previously un-released never before heard songs of the late, great Linda Creed). Sharon remains deeply humbled to have been a part of Creed's music legacy.  Linda Creed (A Songwriter Hall of Fame Inductee) lost her battle to Breast Cancer in 1986 and is most known for "The Greatest Love of All"

What's next:  "Invisible" a song two years in the making, by late 2021.