Ever since she was very young, people have loved to hear Sherry's melodic voice. She first began performing publicly when she was a little girl, singing in church on Sundays accompanied by her mother on piano. Shorty after, she started learning the piano herself but fell in love with the banjo during her twenties when a friend loaned her a beaten up instrument.
Long before Concession 23 was formed, Sherry and Nick used to meet to play, practice and ultimately contemplate putting a band together. Since then, Sherry's impeccable lead vocals and gorgeous harmonies have earned her fans far and wide, and the title of Female Vocalist of the Year (2007, 2008, 2009, 1010 and 2011) at the Central Canadian Bluegrass Awards. She is now retired from the category.
Sherry is also recognized for her work in the studio, such as her recent banjo and vocal contributions to Canadian singer/songwriter - Trevor Alguire's latest project.