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Jessica Sharman is a London-based professional songwriter, top liner, producer and musician. Her songs have been used for film, television and radio and she has had multiple releases both with other artists and on her own solo projects.
2014 was the year Jessica built on her burgeoning reputation as one of the industry's most exciting and versatile talents. Her song The Only One was featured in the summer box office hit The Inbetweeners 2 and the hugely popular reality TV show Made In Chelsea featured her track, London Heart, co-written with Tenterhook. She also co-wrote Kerri Watt's debut single Who's Lovin' Me Now which had its first play on Terry Wogan's show on BBC Radio 2 in October. Both this track and London Heart received critical acclaim and have current online views/listens circa 80,000+ and was recently used by Burberry in their most recent 2015 campaign.
Jessica graduated from The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP) with the Best Overall Songwriter Prize and now works across multiple genres and with a huge range of artists, writers and producers. These include Miranda Cooper (Xenomania, Girls Aloud, The Invisible Men), Mark Hill (the Original Artful Dodger, now Artful), Ward Thomas, Kerri Watt, Brad Mair, Luke Friend, Alex Elliot, Alex Davies (Elliot Minor), Matt May (Moon Brother), Tom Mann (Stereokicks), Robbie Boyd, Matt Woods, Tenterhook, Mary Erskine (Me For Queen & Talk In Colour), Al Lewis, Lotte Mullan, Chris Bangs, Matt Belmont (Belle Mont) and Will Knox.
Jessica has a close connection to Nashville after being invited in 2013 as part of the UKTI's Songwriting British Invasion. She now works with a host of artists, writers and producers based in the city and continues to travel across the Atlantic to work with country writers including, Alissa Moreno (Rascal Flatts), Rebekah Powell, Jeff Cohen (The Band Perry, Evan & Jaron), Eric Silver (Dixie Chicks), Will Rambeaux (Faith Hill), Steve O'Brien, Jan Buckingham (Whitney Huston), Jesse Brand (Train), Josh Charles and Julian Jones. In 2014 she produced and co-wrote on Alissa Moreno's EP Transatlantic Cable.