Sharmond Smith is the proud son of Tesser and the late great David Smith, a well-known entertainer throughout the Bahama Islands known to all as Kasavubu.
Sharmond discovered his talent in music during his senior years in R.M Bailey High school. This is where he was introduced to the Flute and saxophone under the direction of Mr. Lou Adams Jr. After graduating from R.M.Bailey High School. Sharmond Then enrolled in the Bahamas National Youth Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Duke Errol Strachen.
Sharmond landed his first professional job as a Flute and Saxophonist with King Eric and his Knights. He performed with them in a native and cultural show nightly in the Nassau Beach Hotel at the King And Knights Club for two years. Later Sharmond joined The Ronnie Butler and Fire Band. They performed at the Radisson Cable Beach Resort where they entertained guest with sweet calypso, Top 40s, Jazz and Dance music. Sharmond continued on with Ronnie Butler and Fire band for the next three years.
Sharmond's true passion was Jazz music. His love for jazz exploded when he became a member of the Pneuma Band. In this jazz group Sharmond was able to really express himself through the style of music in which he had desired.
Sharmond was afforded the opportunity to travel and perform at many special events and jazz festivals local and abroad.
So lets make some music and have a good time.