Sharon Kenny writes songs and the words that go with them. She lives in New York.
Kenny's solo projects include My Name Is Sharon, Adjectives & Nouns (EP), and Pianocentric. They can be heard on iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify. Her song "Hotel Heart" landed at #68 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts.
Sharon is the composer/lyricist to the musical Mrs. Hughes (book by Janine Nabers, dir. Kate Whoriskey) which has been developed at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Manhattan Theatre Club's 7@7, and the Yale Institute of Music Theatre.
She has participated in ANTFest (Ars Nova), The Johnny Mercer Songwriter's Project (American Music Theatre Project), Prospect Theatre Company's Musical Theatre Lab, and received a MAC nomination for her piece "Leaky Ceiling" (Best Comedic Song). She has performed sold out shows to Joe's Pub, Le Poisson Rouge, and the Gramercy Theatre.
Her songs "Quiet Violence", "Different Bodies", "Hotel Heart", "Nevermind", and "A Hundred Years From Now" have been featured on Lifetime's hit show, Dance Moms. An iTunes compilation is set to be released soon.