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"Miss Kim Concert"

Benefit Concert
DBL K&S Management Company & Miss Kim Fan Club
Miss Kim Scherman
Performing Songs from Her CD
Prettiest in Pink
When: Saturday, November 17, 2007
Time: 7PM – 10PM
Location: The New Community Center, Eudora
At the Door: $15, Seniors & Students $10, Under 5 Free

FEATURING Special Guests:
Paul Chaffin
Jim Scherman
Mike Downs

“The difference between Sunset and Sunrise is that the Mornings look
Prettiest in Pink and the Song greets the Music of the Heart.”
For Information Please Contact the DBL K&S 785-218-5244 dbl_ks@yahoo.com
- Eudora News

"Miss Kim Johnson County Fair"

Big things come in small packages The big package is the main stage performance at the Johnson County State Fair and the small package is Miss Kimberly Sherman!.

But let me start at the beginning… Last year the entertainment director for the musical events at the Johnston County State Fair, which is held in Gardner, KS, listened to a tape recording of Miss Kim and agreed to let her perform on the small stage, which is an outside grass bowl area where the audience brings lawn chairs or sits on the wall. We borrowed a sound system and she performed the National Anthem and engaged the crowd with several tunes that served to draw more folks to listen.

This year, she’s one of the featured acts on the main stage! She’ll be performing tunes that will make you tap your toes, some that’ll remind you of another time and then she’ll move you with a couple of slow crooners. About 45 minutes total.

Miss Kim is such an engaging child/young woman of 14 and she brings that warmth and liveliness to the stage. She has an inherent gift of voice, a passion for entertaining and it definitely shows! Kim works hard – all year. So much of the art of singing is a God-given talent and that she has. The finesse that makes her so appealing is what she works hard at. She spends about as much time at the DBL K&S Studio training and practicing as she does at everything else combined and she still loves every minute of it.

This past year has been chocked full of opportunities that Miss Kim has excelled at and as she does with everything, she will give her all to make this another success! We hope you’ll make the trip to Gardner to hear and see Miss Kim perform. The show will make you glad you went and the fair rides and so much good food - there’s something for everyone! This young Eudora talent appreciates your support.
- Olathe News & Gardner Review

"Miss Kim AMTC 2004"

Song and chance
Eudora teenager Kim Scherman explores opportunities as a vocalist
Erinn R. Barcomb
February 12, 2004
The first stage that singer Kim Scherman remembers performing on was her grandmother's freezer. Her first solo -- a preschool performance she barely remembers -- the Eudora Middle School eighth-grader has moved on to bigger venues, like local talent shows and opening for country music performer Chely Wright in her hometown of Wellsville.

Most recently, Scherman took her talents to a bigger stage, at the American Modeling and Talent Competition last month in South Carolina, coming home with first place wins in the teen pop and teen country categories.

Her life-long experiences with music, beginning with humble performances have shaped how Scherman views her future. That realization came in part after her first performance with a live band, singing songs like "Stupid Cupid."

"I want to do this the rest of my life," she said.

Scherman's approach to music -- and the lessons she takes from vocal instructor Karen Boyer -- differ from most teenagers' experiences.

"If you say, ‘You've got to practice...'" said Kim's mother, Gee Scherman, making a face and mumbling in imitation of a typical student's response. "Not Kimberly."

If Kim's having a bad day, Boyer said, the first thing her student wanted to do was sing.

"When Kim's over here, she gives her heart and soul," Boyer said.

The close bond between student and teacher reflects the amount of time and effort the two put into Scherman's talent.

"This is my bed," Kim Scherman said jokingly, patting Boyer's living room couch.

Qualifying and competing for the national competition in South Carolina was the first time the young singer had done anything of that magnitude, but Scherman said performing for large audiences hadn't made her lose her cool.

Perhaps that's because her instruction has come not only in the form of improving her voice but perfecting her stage presence as well. Boyer said from the beginning she had Scherman singing with a microphone in hand.

"You have to be able to sell yourself," Boyer said. "You can't just sit there like a bump on a log."

For the national competition, Scherman sang a Celine Dion song, "I Surrender," for the pop portion, and "Independence Day," a Martina McBride song, for the country portion. One caveat of her performances was that Scherman was only given a minute to show off her four-octave range, meaning song choice was imperative.

"You have to show the strength of her voice and how sweet her top range is," Boyer said.

Although Scherman's sights were set on singing for the national competition, qualifying participants had to garner a certain number of points, earned by entering a variety of areas. Scherman gave a shot at modeling, which had judges evaluating how photogenic she was as well as performing in a commercial. Today, Scherman can still deliver her lines for Color Stay lip gloss.

With her focus on singing, another feather in Scherman's cap was getting numerous call-backs from different agencies at the national competition. As her teacher, Boyer took pride in the fact that one of them made a point to seek out Kim specifically.

Boyer said call-backs allowed agents to offer tips to performers and suggest what they should do next, such as sending photos, keeping in touch with agencies, continuing to sing publicly, and maybe even visiting Nashville or New York. Boyer said they were mulling options for Scherman to continue performing and competing.

In the meanwhile, Scherman has heeded advice to write her own music. With an abundance of "snow days" off from school, Scherman said she'd amassed quite a few lyrics in the past few weeks. Boyer said she was working with the student to set the words to music.

"It has to be catchy if people don't know it," she said.

No matter what the tune, Scherman said her family -- mainly her mom, Gee -- was her biggest supporter.
Originally published at: http://www2.eudoranews.com/news/2004/feb/12/song_and_chance/
- Eudora News


Fantasy Four Real - LP
Prettiest In Pink - LP



17 year old Miss Kim Scherman mixes things up in her latest CD writing and singing 7 new title cuts that are powerful, fun and takes this youngster to the next level. Check out 'Fantasy' - a ballad of epic proportion - the next titanic movie theme?! 'Hey, Cowboy' is sassy & fun - you're gonna move your feet, or 'It Might Be Time', a powerhouse duet with Mike Downs. Listen and Love!