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"Monday Magazine, March 11-17, 2004"

Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Sherrill Mair’s (Shé) album is a bit of a new twist on the more traditional children’s music sound: if you’re tired of the same old ABC song we all grew up with, you might want to give her own surf-pop “ABC’s” track a try. As for catchy, well, just try to get “Have You Ever Seen A Pig So Big?” out of your head once you hear it. Well produced with strong supporting work by a tight group of session artists, this album of mostly original material also includes some lesser-known traditional choices (“Button Factory,” “Tingalayo”). - John Threlfall

"B.C. Christian News, April 2003"

Shé: Hi! My Name is Shé, Sherrill Mair Music 2002

This Album is way up there on the ol’ Perkometer, and it’s jaunty tunes should appeal to young kids who like to dance. Shé – aka Vancouver singer/songwriter Sherrill Mair-has a fine voice, and an upbeat appeal.
Highlights include ‘Red Liquorice,’ a silly song about a musical group made of various candies; ‘Old Macdonald Had a Band’ featuring lots of kids; ‘Have You Ever Seen A Pig So Big?’ which features outstanding pig snorts and giraffe laughs; ‘Button Factory’ which is just plain goofy.
My favourite is ‘Under The Bed’ which has cool sound effects and a crazed monologue by a disgruntled Grandpa. It also has great lyrics such as: “I thought I saw a dinosaur under my bed, but when I called my auntie she found my pet tarantula instead.
- David Dawes

"The Vancouver Sun, Saturday, November 30, 2002"

Music for the wee ones can be trying for their parents. At 37 minutes, Sherrill Mair’s “Hi! My Name is Shé” won’t overstay it’s welcome, and the musicianship by Vancouver singer-guitarist Mair is solid. There are familiar tunes (Take Me Out to The Ball Game) and originals, the latter of which include Mair’s Under My Bed, where imaginary monsters are revealed for their true identities.

- Kerry Gold

"The Province, Sunday, November 24, 2002"

Sherrill Mair, Vancouver-based children’s performer

What She Does: After being a full-time mom to three boys for 13 years, Mair, 40, launched a career as a professional children’s performer last year. Her shows are aimed at 2-10 year olds. She performs at pre-schools, elementary schools, community groups, festivals, and corporate events. Mair hopes eventually to tour Canada.
- Paul Luke


"Hi! My Name is She" Released 2002

"Shimmy Shimmy With Shé" Released 2006, Nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award, "Outstanding Children's Recording" and A Shai Award.



Shé is one of Western Canada’s top Children’s performers. This singer/songwriter uses her guitar and Sheryl Crow like voice to create a fun-filled, high energy family show. She keeps her audiences dancing, singing and playing along with instruments as she performs her own music as well as standards. Her sincere desire to bring music to all children, letting them experience what it feels like to play an instrument in a band, sets her show apart. Shé’s second album “ Shimmy Shimmy with Shé” was recognized in 2006 with a nominee for Best Children’s Recording at the Western Canadian Music Award and a 2006 SHAI Award.
Her show starts with a small group of children standing at the front of the stage dancing along to She’s first song. By her third song, a quarter of the kids in the audience are singing and dancing right up front. After a few more songs she announces it is time for the Shé Band. Large colourful buckets brimming over with more than 500 instruments are on stage with triangles, wood sticks, tambourines, and many other percussion instruments. The instruments are quickly handed out and suddenly every child is holding an instrument and standing right up at the front of the stage. With skilled organization and leadership Shé leads her band through the next few songs with each instrument having a different part. Their enthusiasm is contagious and the power of music and children shines. It is pure magic. As children’s enthusiasm is contagious, adults in the audience find themselves singing and dancing along with her catchy tunes .
Shé show is thrilling audiences in preschools, elementary schools, community groups, festivals and public concerts. She has received great feedback from schools for her music education and she has created a 20 page Teachers resource and study guide to go along with her CD’s. Her fan base is ever increasing through her CD sales, which are almost at10,000 albums, and through her performances in such venues as: Vancouver’s International Children’s Festival, Wainwright, Alberta’s Multiplex, West Vancouver’s Harmony Arts Festival, Champlain Heights and Steveston Community Centres, and numerous performances at preschools and elementary schools.
Enthusiasm, energy and fun; Shé’s charismatic performance, captivates and engages audiences through participation in a musical experience not to be missed!

Beat Artist Management
Shé Website:
Deb Beaton-Smith 1849 Francisco Terrace
Victoria, B.C. V8N 4W2