Cherie Call
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Cherie Call


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Heart Made of Wind
He Gives Flowers to Everyone
The Ocean in Me
Beneath These Stars (2005)
The Gift (2006)


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Singer/songwriter Cherie Call was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona, and has been performing in front of appreciative audiences since she was three. By the time she turned 13, Cherie was writing and performing many of her own songs.

Following her high school graduation, she moved to Utah to attend Brigham Young University, where she graduated in music in 1997. She began recording several self-released albums, including One Star, Taken, and Heart Made of Wind, the latter released in November 2000. She has also been featured on seven other albums, including the best-selling album Women of Destiny, A Season for Courage, Remember the Promise, Look and Live, Whatever It Takes, and the soundtracks from the theatrical releases God’s Army, Brigham City, and Charly. Cherie was a songwriter and music coordinator for the 2000 Banff Award winning film, True Fans.

In October 2001, her first album for Deseret Book, He Gives Flowers to Everyone, was released. The Faith Centered Music Association honored this collection of songs and Cherie Call with four 2002 Pearl Awards including Contemporary Album, Inspirational Song for the title track and Songwriter of the Year. Her sophomore release, The Ocean in Me made its debut in September of 2002. She received two Pearl Awards for this collection of songs. Cherie’s third Deseret Book album, Beneath These Stars, was released on March 22, 2005.

Of her performing and composing abilities, fellow singer/songwriter Brett Raymond has said, “Because I appreciate great songwriting, my CD player is filled with music from songwriters like Billy Joel, Carole King, Cherie Call…”

Cherie has been a regularly invited performer at Nashville’s famous Blue Bird Café, and in the summer of 2004 she was also a finalist in the prestigious Kerrville New Folk songwriting competition. She regularly travels around the United States speaking and performing. Cherie resides in Utah with her husband, Joe.