Chislin Out My Soul
Woke Up This Morning
Raised in a small town in Northern California with her two sisters by her single mother. Sherrie spent time at the local church, where her mom was the secretary and to pass the time waiting for her mom after school she would go into the church sanctuary and turn on the mikes and pretend she was her favorite superstars, Carol King, Janis Joplin, Gladys Knight and more.
She soon found herself singing in the choir a being chosen as a soloist at the early age of 5 years old! The performance bug got under her skin and She began fronting original rock band's in High School, and this led to fronting the band "Hangman's Daughter". Which was an amazing journey that spanned 15 years , 4 albums, relocation to Nashville, and led her to share the stage with such greats as , "No Doubt" , "Three Dog Night", "Pat Bennetar", "Eddie Money" , "Big Kenny" of "Big and Rich" and many others. The group disbanded in 2002 which led Sherrie to begin her solo career and to fulfill a life- long dream to produce and record an inspired Gospel album titled "Communion Bread" that took Sherrie back to her roots with a group that called themselves "Magdalene Messengers".
Recording her first solo cd titled “I Am Home.” Participating in healing music in a group called AFAR which raised funds for people who needed help with recovery and her side project with Stephanie Urbina Jones called Mama’s Gotta Sing to her now current 2nd cd release titled “Nobody But Me” with new live tracks, Janis Joplin, Barbara Streisand, Jimi Hendrix covers as well as some classic Hangman’s Daughter favorites. These albums are Sherrie's most authentic reflections of who she is now and what she wants to share with the world.