About Sheri Miller
While Sheri was singing in local Philly blues bands, writing songs secretly in her bedroom, and getting a degree in English and Poetry at UPenn, an incredible coincidence happened to Sheri. She began dreaming of a Casio Keyboard over many months, to help her write songs in her bedroom, instead of walking 20 minutes downtown to the jazz piano practice room. One dreamy Sunday morning, after an especially vivid keyboard dream, Sheri took an alternate scenic path to the library, instead of her usual straight path. She passed a 1-day church sale. To her amazement, she saw and bought the exact same buzzing Casio keyboard she had dreamt of the night before, for $20. This “gentle” push and “tiny miracle” naturally opened and gently nudged Sheri to composing songs on her new keyboard everyday, awakening her artistry. She says “Since then I believe coincidences are just visible lines in our destiny.”
Sheri further polished her artistry and songwriting voice in New York. During the evenings, Sheri was hard at work, paying her musical dues, working incessantly as a solo musician in the big city; fearlessly singing her heart out, banging on her electric sunburst 1969 Guild guitar. She played 4-hour covers gigs in bars and hotels, sometimes 5 nights a week. In the daytime, Sheri played keyboards and sang in a rock band for babies, as a music teacher. In between these hours, when not working hard to pay her rent as a musician, Sheri passionately wrote pages of lyrics and poetry on guitar and piano, dozens of songs.
Upon releasing her critically-acclaimed debut EP “Mantra,” Sheri was named one of Music Connection’s “Hot 100 Unsigned Artists,” and was played on radio stations KCRW, WXPN, KEAO, WAXQ among others. “Mantra” featured 2 underground hits, “Right Here, Right Now,” and “All He Has To Do,” that Sheri began selling sheet music for, as brides requested it to be covered at their weddings. Sheri was then asked to join a 4-part vocal harmony group in Nashville, The Delilahs, which soon signed to Sony Music. Sheri began co-writing with legendary songwriters and artists J.D. Souther (The Eagles), Al Anderson (NRBQ), Jill Sobule, Shawn Mullins, Marcus Hummon (Dixie Chicks), Tony Scalzo (Fastball) and Kim Richey, as well as other Grammy winning songwriters.
Upon leaving the group, Sheri soon released her critically-acclaimed EP “Winning Hand,” produced, mixed and engineered by Kevin Killen (U2, Peter Gabriel), that featured musicians Will Lee on bass, Charley Drayton on drums and Gerry Leonard on guitars.
On the dovetail of "Winning Hand" Sheri was given another wonderful opportunity. She recorded a new song, “ I Could Love You Still,” produced by Will Lee. It featured Steve Cropper on electric guitar, Paul Shaffer on B3 organ, Will on bass, Shawn Pelton on drums, Tabitha Fair and Will on harmonies, and was mixed by Frank Filipetti. Sheri released this highly anticipated song in 2012, and released the “I Could Love You Still” music video soon after. She was featured as a musical guest on PBS TV show, “One On One With Steve Adubato,” and released the “Mantra” video and two original holiday songs in 2013. Sheri released an original Valentine’s Day song in 2014, and is in pre-production for her new record.