New Age pianist Sally Harmon was born in Washington, D.C.; she began playing by ear at the age of three, starting formal lessons a year later. A pupil of concert pianist Stewart Gordon, in time she earned a Masters Degree in music and began touring the U.S.; in 1985, Harmon and her husband, jazz bassist/producer Frank Gruner, formed the Soulo Records label, initially selling copies of early efforts like Brava! and Snap, Classical, Pop! at her concerts before landing national distribution. Theme records like Romancing the Movies, Love Songs of the Beatles and A Cozy Christmas followed during the 1990s.