Sharnette Hyter | Southern Soul Party Every Night

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Southern Soul Party Every Night

by Sharnette Hyter

This artist brings high energy and refresing sound to Southern Soul Funk, Blues and R&B with her inspiring lyrics and original Southern Soul sound.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Southern Soul
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1. Intro
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2. Rock Steady
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3. Southern Soul Party Every Night
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4. Hit It!
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5. Counterfeit Love
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6. Love Token
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7. Swang' On
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8. Steppin' Out Tonight
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9. Loving Love Again
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10. I Won't Wait
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11. Love Glow
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12. Outro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Entertainment industry veteran, Sharnette Hyter, has exploded onto the Southern Soul music scene with her new album, SOUTHERN SOUL PARTY EVERY NIGHT. Once again, Sharnette is wooing fans with her inspiring lyrics and original Southern Soul sound. For those not familiar with Sharnette Hyter, she got her first record deal in the mid 1990’s in the House Music Genre. She was on a European label, K4B Records, where she had many House Tune Hits. Her most popular song, “Hooked On Luv,” charted as number 8 on The Top 10 Billboard Chart. It is still being played in clubs in Europe today. Now, she is bringing her high energy and refreshing sound to Southern Soul.

In addition to being a veteran music recording artist and producer, Sharnette has worked in radio, film, entertainment and promotions, and has managed several other successful recording artists. Sharnette worked for KAZI radio station in Austin, Texas, and credits current General Manager, Steve Savage, for giving her a chance in Radio. She says it was a joy to drive every week to Austin to work. She credits Austin for giving her a chance when Dallas was not ready for an African American that sang House Music. Sharnette was mentored into television by Ester Davis, who inspired Sharnette’s career. Her first show was “Lady Sports Talk.” Sharnette then went on to produce her own television show, “Jus Shar Show,” where she interviewed up and coming artists.

Sharnette also managed many clubs in the Dallas Metroplex area, and has promoted events across the U.S. Her most memorable moment was putting on an event at the 1999 Black Caucus for Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas. Sharnette is known for her love for live entertainment, and has supported artists and D.J.’s for the last decade. She is known for her contribution to helping break some of the most well known hip hop artists in the South by showcasing them at her Club Diamonds--the Club that helped mold the Dallas hip hop scene. She is known as “The Queen of Underground Music,” and loves all Music. After leaving the Club business, she went on to develop several other businesses in a variety of industries.

Sharnette describes herself as a writer, who loves to sing. She credits all her success to God. She says that He is her first love and gives her the strength to achieve all her goals. She says music remains her third love—behind God and her daughter. Sharnette currently lives in Dallas, TX, where she also operates her own Independent Record Label, Serious Inc. Records, and her own Entertainment and Promotions Company, Serious Entertainment, Inc.

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