What they are saying about Shareen"Daddy Really Was A Hero" Taos News, Taos New Mexico, 1990
"When Shareen's father was on his deathbed, she made him a very special promise. That promise has finally been fulfilled. On Thursday, July 4th, the Taos perfomer plans to fulfill her promise in front of the crowd at the fourth of July welcome home for the trooprs celebration, at the National Guard Armory. (Gulf War). Shareen will sing about how her father should have had a purple heart laid on his grave. She sings about the heroic struggle and his death, of cancer, in 1985. "Daddy Always Loved To See A Hero" was first introduced at a special concert at the Angel Fire Vietnam Veterans Memorial, on Memorial Day in 1988"
Quotes from various fans, hearing Shareen for the first time, singing from a multiple of important causes;
"Your music touches on the Universality of the Quest for peace!" former governor of California, Edmund G. Brown, Jr.
"Your music added a dimension to the lives of all -- it is a language of love we can all understand" San Franciso Children's Hospital.
"You were close to being an angel Sunday, when you performed for our candlelight ceremoney" Ventura County Alliance for the Mentally Ill.
"You truly have a special style which goes beyond such excellent singing and writing talents, you have compassion for humanity" Jim Smith, composer
"Shareen -- She sings for their Supper" Ventura County News, July 1986
"Singing, for Shareen, si the creative voice for her thoughts and philosophy. She sings for deep meaning and for worthly causes. Currently, the Ojai resident performing for FOCUS, an agency to help the homeless get back on track in life....Caring about such causes started early in life, but the turning point occurred in 1982. She was performing in Japan at that time, and made a visit to Hiroshima Peace Museum, after watching TV coverage of an annual world peace conference, occuring at that time. Shareen was moved to write a song "Hiroshima, Can I Cry For You?" She was invited back for the 1984 World Peace Conference, and wrote the them song for that year "Never Again," which she performed in the Hiroshima Peace Park before an audience of over 30,000 people. Shareen has always been concerned about peace in world and human welfare. Her grandmother died of leukemia in 1975, from exposure to fallout from nuclear bomb test in southern Utah. Her father died in 1985, from cancer related to exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam. "I have stronge feelings about the suffering that is encountered throught war and use of chemicals. I believe that we all called, in differenct ways, to help each other out. My way is through music."