Sharron Levy was born in Haifa in Israel and grew up in Tel Aviv. At the age of nine she relocated to London, England.

After completing her higher education in music production Sharron joined her first band 'One Drop'. She spent two years with the band performing shows around the Newcastle area. With One Drop's drummer, Andy Walker, Sharron left to form a new band - Super Massive Object (SMO). SMO gave Sharron the chance to write and perform her own songs.

Super Massive Object eventually split and a short while later Captive Audio was formed. The band performed across the UK and recorded an album: Visceral.

In July 2010 Sharron recorded a 7 track EP 'Unplugged And Then Plugged In Again' produced by herself and Anthony Bye. A limited 100 copies were made and the EP is now available as download only.

In August 2010 Sharron relocated to Salzburg, Austria. One year later she successfully auditioned at the casting show for The Voice of Germany and was invited to the "blind auditions" where she was selected into Nena's team and then qualified for the live shows. In February 2012, she reached the semi-finals performing her own song 'Drowning' which reached position 35 in the iTunes chart. Her version of Gotye's 'Somebody That I used to know' also charted, climbing to the 26th position.

In 2013 Sharron was signed to Nena's own record label "Laugh & Peas" through which she released her debut album Rough_Ready and her second studio album I AM ME in June 2018.