Sharon Corbitt-House


Sharon Corbitt-House is a 35 year music industry veteran. She  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).


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 co-founded All Good Factory to co-manage Ben Folds artist career.


In 2018, Sharon formed TransAtlantic Artists with Trudie Myercough-Harris with offices in the UK and Nashville. Sharon and Trudie now focus most of their day to day to developing new artists: singer/songwriter & luthier Arielle, singer/songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman, and 2018 UK Americana Album of the Year artist Robert Vincent. Sharon and Trudie also lend their many years of music experience to consulting for artists, record labels and other music industry entities that wish to do business in both the US and Europe. 


Sharon still consults for studio projects and non-profit ventures like: Songwriting With: Soldiers and does production coordination for Joe Bonamassa.  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, where named 2014 Nashvillian of the Year by the Nashville Scene for their efforts to Save Studio A from Demolition. 

Trudie Myerscough-Harris


Trudie Myerscough-Harris is a dynamic force of nature.  She is a passionate and trusted supporter of music – a board member of the Americana Music Association UK for whom she produces the annual AMA-UK Awards show at the famous Hackney Empire, working with artists such as Mumford & Sons, Rhiannon Giddens and Robert Plant.


Trudie is the co-founder of the Whispering Bob Broadcasting Company (WBBC) an award winning television and radio production company, and has recently completed a series of films capturing house concerts staged in the homes of some of the greatest names in British and American music.  She also produces world-class song-writing retreats for the Buddy Holly Educational Foundation in locations as diverse as Glastonbury and Lafayette.


She was involved with the UK Government in the amazing ‘Music For Schools’ initiative and has organised successful fund-raising projects for Cancer Research UK, generating more than a million pounds.


She runs TransAtlantic Artists with Sharon Corbitt-House, an artist management company shaping the careers of Beth Nielsen Chapman, the Titan of Twang Duane Eddy, brilliant emerging artists Robert Vincent and Arielle and her husband, broadcaster Bob Harris OBE, with whom she co-founded their family Under The Apple Tree project with their son Miles, filming beautiful sessions in their garden studio and taking their favourite artists out on tour to stages in the USA and across the UK.

© TransAtlantic Artists 2019