Chris Sharp
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"Chris Sharp" is an American singer and musician, who participated in the Grammy Award-winning soundtrack of O Brother, Where Art Thou.

Around age 11, Sharp took up the fiddle and banjo. As a teenager he met George Buckner and joined his band, The Tarheel Bluegrass Boys, and in 1995 moved to Nashville with Buckner and Kevin Sluder. After two years, Sharp returned to North Carolina where he started a band called the Tipton Hill Boys. In 1997, Sharp landed a job touring with John Hartford and played on the O Brother Where Art Thou? and Down from the Mountain projects. In 2001, after Hartford died, Sharp moved back to North Carolina.

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