Sherry Minnick is lucky to have come from a singing family, not a famous nor fortunate one, just a nest of singers. She made her first recording in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, at the age of four, turned professional with "The Debonaires" at the age of 14, and sings on today.
Living in the Twin Cities since 1974, Sherry has sung with a number of bluegrass and old-time bands, worked in several musical plays at The History Theater, and taught children's choirs for a total of 16 years. She has sung classic country, gospel, bluegrass, swing jazz, old-time, and British Isles.
Today, she concentrates on unaccompanied singing of traditional music in North America and the British Isles. She is available for concerts, gospel or church performances, ballad workshops, and singalongs. In addition, she can supply an old-time string band if you're in the mood to dance as well as listen.
Look Ma, No Hands, her recording of unaccompanied ballads and songs, is available to sample and purchase from CDBaby.com.