SHARON TINSLEY

Soprano

Getting to Know Me More

What are some of your interests people might not know about?
I am an avid skier, an aficionado of all things pertaining to Marvel comics, classic anime, Star Wars, and Star Trek. In other words, I’m a geek.

What would be the most amazing adventure you could go on?
I’m on it! It’s called life.

You were just given a yacht. What would you name it?
Enterprise.

What’s the weirdest gift you’ve ever received?
Toe socks, but I loved them!

If there was a holiday in your honor, what would it celebrate?
International Selfie day!

What’s something that will always be in fashion, no matter how much time passes?
Courtesy, kindness, and chivalry.

What’s something on your bucket list that people might not know?
I would love to ski the Swiss Alps!

How did you become a Daystar Singer?
Marcus and Joni used to attend my church and heard me sing in the choir every week. One time, during a revival service led by Rodney Howard-Browne, I was asked to sing a song called “He’ll Be There” five times! It’s actually a really tough song to sing because of all the high notes, so from that day forward they knew me as the “He’ll Be There Girl.” Later, when the time came for the Daystar Singers to be assembled, Joni wanted me to audition and the rest is history!

What is your favorite memory as a Daystar Singer, and why?
I loved making music videos with Fred Hammond for our album, No Chains! Singing with Fred was definitely on my “bucket list.” I feel so blessed that God fulfilled that dream through Daystar!

Tell us about a time when God has been great in your life?
Years ago, my mother was very ill and eventually went to be with the Lord. During that season, I experienced so many emotional ups and downs as we walked through this journey with her. No matter how I felt, I always knew that God was with me every step of the way, giving me strength and comfort through it all.

Bio


Since childhood, Sharon has been deeply passionate about music. Her mother loved to remind her through the years that she “came out of the womb singing.” Encouraged by her family and friends, Sharon has faithfully pursued her dream, always using her talent for God’s glory. She eventually earned her degree in Music Education and continued singing in the choir of her home church before joining the Daystar Singers and Band in 2003.  When she’s not on stage, you can find Sharon in the kitchen pursuing her other passion, baking! She also enjoys serving in her role as an Assistant to Daystar’s Production Manager, Lane Trammell.