Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler | Vision of You

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Vision of You

by Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler

Powerhouse voices of West End Performers, Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler, with Steve Corley on piano. Carefully selected songs that help tell the backstory of FALCO & SLOANE, the roles they originated in Jim Steinman's hit musical Bat Out of Hell
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Falling Slowly (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
4:07 album only
2. Baby It's Cold Outside (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
2:43 album only
3. It Just Won't Quit (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
4:57 album only
4. Rewrite the Stars (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
3:29 album only
5. Only Us (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
3:42 album only
6. Need You Now (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
3:58 album only
7. Poison and Wine (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
3:22 album only
8. You Don't Bring Me Flowers (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton, Rob Fowler & Sharon Sexton
3:16 album only
9. Picking up After You (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
3:52 album only
10. Against All Odds (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
3:22 album only
11. Always Remember Us This Way (feat. Steve Corley)
Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler
3:42 album only
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Album Notes
Rob Fowler & Sharon Sexton met by chance when the casting team from Jim Steinman's Bat Out Of Hell The Musical put them together, to create the roles of Falco and Sloane in the hit show, currently playing in London's West End.

These two artists had never met or sung together before, but the blend and tone of their voices compliment each other so naturally in their onstage duets, that the pair decided to continue singing off stage and are proud to release their first duets album "VISION OF YOU", which has been inspired by the Falco's rollercoaster relationship. Together with musical director Steve Corley, (Alison Moyet, The Bodyguard, Beautiful) they have selected 11 tracks which they believe offer an insight into the roles they have originated & take the listener on a journey of the heart.

Born in England, Rob originally trained as a Mechanical Engineer, but decided to pursue a career in musical theatre, starting with the UK touring production of The Buddy Holly Story during which was asked to join the German production of Starlight Express in the roles of Caboose and Rusty/Greaseball.

Stage appearances include: Rum Tum Tugger in Cats; Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar; Berger in Hair; Death in Elizabeth; Jamie in The Last Five Years; Corny Collins in Hairspray; Galileo in We Will Rock You; the title role in Frank Wildhorn's Dracula; Joe in Carmen Cubana; Dan Goodman in Next to Normal.

As a composer, lyricist and frontman of the rock band Morton, Fowler released his first album Pillowtalk enjoying heavy rotation radio airplay with singles Sorry, Irish Girl, Stop Crying Your Heart Out.

With Beat4Feet Fowler co-wrote the official EHF Champions League 2014 song Do It Like Us.

As Frank’n’Furter in the 2008 original cast of Richard O’Brien’s European touring production of The Rocky Horror Show reloaded Fowler attracted an abundance of new fans and followers.

Fowler is currently working on an original musical The Boy Next Door with book by Stephen Clark, and original music and lyrics by Fowler, featuring Sharon Sexton

Twitter: @RealRobFowler
Instagram: @RealRobFowler

Sharon trained at the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama in Dublin, where she was awarded the Showboat prize for Best Musical Theatre Performer, in her final year. She holds a first class Masters in Directing for Theatre from UCD and enjoys a diverse career as a performer, theatre-maker & cabaret artist. She is also one half of the comedy sketch/music writing duo Sexton And O Connor, who have enjoyed sell out runs presenting their original work in London's Leicester Square Theatre.

Recent credits include the role of SLOANE in the original West End production of Bat Out Of Hell the musical, which saw Sharon take home the West End Wilma Award for best West End Performer in 2018. Other stage credits include Billy Elliot the Musical (Lesley/Dead Mum cover), for which she was nominated for Broadway World UK's Best Understudy of the Year Award. She made her West End debut in Roddy Doyle's The Commitments (original cast) directed by Jamie Lloyd, at the Palace Theatre.

Sharon is most recognized for her award winning portrayal of Liza Minnelli in the hit, one woman show Somewhere Under The Rainbow.

Other credits include: Conchita Alvarez in Copacabana (UK Tour); Fairy Godmother in Cinderella (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin); Kathleen Clarke in A Fit Wife For A Revolutionary (Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin); Collagen in Anglo The Musical (Irish Premiere, Board Gáis Energy Theatre); Nancy in Oliver! (National Concert Hall, Dublin); Kate in Girls Night The Musical (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin & National Tour); Surfia in I, Keano (Olympia Theatre, National Tour); Lily St Regis in Annie (National Concert Hall, Dublin); and Lucy Harris in Jekyll & Hyde (National Concert Hall).

Television credits include: RTE's Fair City and the black comedy Quinn & O' Grady. Sharon originated the role of Shannon in Irish the musical, recorded for PBS Television Broadcast.

Twitter: @SharonSextonIRE
Instagram: @Shar.Sexton



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Cathy O'Donnell

Audio heaven!
Gorgeous album, I’ve had it on repeat since I bought it. I love the original recordings of many of these songs so it’s a real testament to Rob and Sharon’s incredible voices (and Steve Corley’s piano skills) that I actually prefer their versions. So glad they made this album, it’s just a joy to listen to.