CLINT SHARMAN has played the trombone and baritone horn under extremely varied circumstances in New York City, Philadelphia and Atlantic City, as well as on tour throughout the United States and Europe. He began his professional career playing principal trombone with the Harrisburg Symphony then proceeded in a totally different direction as a soloist with the Buddy Rich Big Band and the Louis Bellson Band. Since then he has played and toured with Liza Minnelli, Frank Sinatra, Steve Lawrence and Edie Gorme, Sammy Davis Jr., Charles Aznavour, Michael Jackson, Mary Wilson, Natalie Cole, Ronan Tyran, and many others

As a recording artist, he has played on countless albums and CDs and radio and TV jingles. He appeared on the 2004 Tony Awards show “One Night Only” and toured with the Motown hit machine “The Funk Brothers”.

Mr. Sharman has also worked on many Broadway shows including “Chess”, “Bells Are Ringing”, “Miss Saigon”, “Fosse”, “The Boy From Oz”, “Chicago”, “The Apple Tree”,  Irving Berlin's White Christmas" and "Wicked" .

Mr. Sharman received a Master of Music Degree from the Manhattan School of Music, and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Lebanon Valley College.