Sharon Corbitt is a 33 year Music Row veteran. She moved to Nashville to pursue a career as a singer/songwriter but found herself drawn to the business side of the industry. She had focused much of her early career on managing record studios, including Ocean Way Nashville, The Sound Kitchen and Grand Victor Sound (aka RCA Studio A). Grand Victor Sound was originally built in 1965 for then label head Chet Atkins and for the RCA Victor label. Since 2009, when Sharon came on board, Grand Victor Sound (Studio A) opened to outside commercial clients and some of the artists who have since recorded at Grand Victor Sound (aka Studio A) are Tony Bennett, The Beach Boys, Kacey Musgraves, Trans Siberian Orchestra, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Bob Seger, Sara Bareilles, Ken Burns and Chris Stapleton. In 2012, at the urging of Ben Folds, Sharon formed All Good Factory with business partner Mike Kopp to manage Ben Folds artist career and his diverse interest that involve photography, music education and music therapy. Sharon now focuses most of her day to day to developing new artists: The Accidentals (Sony Masterworks), Beth Nielsen Chapman, Adara, Sierra Black, Michael Bradford, and 2018 UK Americana nominated Album of the Year artist Robert Vincent and consulting for studio projects and non-profit ventures like: Songwriting With: Soldiers. Sharon is very involved with Americans for the Arts, The Recording Academy, Audio Engineering Society (Board Member-Nashville Chapter), Historic Nashville (Board Member), as well as Songwriting With: Soldiers. To date, Sharon has facilitated studio recordings that have sold in excess of 130 Million plus worldwide. Sharon, along with Aubrey Preston, Mike Curb, Chuck Elkin, Ben Folds and Mike Kopp, were named 2014 Nashvillian of the Year by the Nashville Scene for their efforts to Save Studio A from Demolition. Sharon is also currently involved in music therapy and educational initiatives with SoundHealth/Kennedy Center in DC, as well as Dr. Ronald Hirshberg with HomeBase in Boston, Boston Mass General/Harvard, the NAMM Foundation and Songwriting With Soldiers. In January 2018, Sharon launched Vibe Technology, a wearable technology company, with Shelley Sarmiento (Black/White Market) and Gina Hughes.