Sharon Anderson (singer)

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Sharon Anderson
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Background information
OriginEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
GenresCountry, folk
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active1988 – present
LabelsCurb, Capitol, Liberty, Royalty
Associated actsTrinity Lane
Lisa Brokop

Sharon Lenore Anderson[1] is a Canadian country music singer. During the late 1980s, Anderson was a member of country group Trinity Lane, who charted three singles on Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1988.[2] In 1991, she signed to Capitol Nashville and released her solo debut album, The Bottom Line, the same year. The album produced two singles that charted on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. Another album, Bringing It Home, was released on Royalty Records in 1995.

As a songwriter, Anderson co-wrote fellow Canadian country singer Lisa Brokop's 1994 Top 20 single "Give Me a Ring Sometime".[1][3] Anderson recorded her own version, as "Gimme a Ring Sometime", on her 1995 album.



Title Details
The Bottom Line
Bringing It Home
Life and Times
  • Release date: April 2011
  • Label: RDR Music
Enchanted Trails
  • Release date: 2016
  • Available to listen or purchase: CDbaby and Youtube
Trinity Lane
  • Release date: 2016
  • Available to listen or purchase: Cdbaby and Youtube


Year Single Chart Positions Album
CAN Country US Country
1988 "For a Song" 75 Non-album song
(with Trinity Lane)
"Someday, Somenight" 70
"Ready to Take That Ride" 90
1991 "Unbelievable Love" 52 The Bottom Line
"Go for Broke"[4]
1992 "The Wheel of Love" 84
1995 "I Take It Back" 47 Bringing It Home
1996 "Too Cool" 57
2011 "Springtime Johnny" Life and Times
"Long Gone Free"
"I Got Love"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Song Title: GIVE ME A RING SOMETIME > Song Details (Song Number: 413114)". Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency. Retrieved 17 January 2012.
  2. ^ Whitburn (2008, p. 427)
  3. ^ "Sharon Anderson > Songs > Songs Composed By". Allmusic. Retrieved 17 January 2012.
  4. ^ "Single Reviews" (PDF). Billboard. July 20, 1991.

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