Produced by Ministry of Sound DJ Danny Hobden and recorded at North Buckinghamshire based Rockhopper Studios, “Sharmone” combines funky beats, catchy MJ style lyrics with one of nations favourite reality TV shows.
Written by Keith and his 12 year old son Ryan, “Sharmone” brings together Keith’s passion for all things Michael Jackson. Considered one of the UK’s most enthusiastic MJ impersonators Keith and his children have been lucky enough to meet and perform with Michael on several occasions; a highlight being Wembley stadium for his History tour in 1997.
“Sharmone” was inspired by Keith’s recent stint on Channel 4’s “Come Dine With Me”. Not being a stranger to TV Keith most recently won GMTV’s “Britain’s Best Dad 2010” and has also appeared on The Barrymore Show with the Dangerous Boys. Using this wealth of experience Keith is now ready to hit the big time, with “Sharmone”.
Reflecting Keith’s generous nature, all profits from “Sharmone” will be going to Cruse Bereavement Care-the UK’s largest bereavement charity. Keith recently had to call upon their services, due to the death of a loved one at an early age, so this a charity close to his heart.Sharmone
GMTV’s “Britain’s Best Dad 2010
Barrymore Show with the Dangerous Boys
The making of The ‘Sharmone’ song