Sheri Booth
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Sheri Booth

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"Blues News"

“Recently on a trip to Flips Bar and Grill on Lake Keystone at Pier 51 to see Scott Ellison with several members of the Blues Society we found an amazing discovery. Because of scheduling conflicts, Scott was not there and a duet, named Sheri Booth and Mike Polk were there. I listened to a song or two and thought, well, its not Blues but this is great! By the end of the evening (we couldn’t leave) I knew this was a rare talent. Sheri and Mike are writing their own stuff and cover some of most heartfelt music over the last thirty years, their repertoire is huge including some blues too. Another member of BST was heard to say, “ The kid has some good strokes” referring to Mike Polk’s guitar. However, Sheri’s singing is just incredible. Her range is amazing in that whiskey and cigarettes velvet voice and that’s not all, the best part is her interpretation of a song, she makes it her own. Sheri also paints and has designed her own web site where your can find the gigs and pick a CD. She also has started the Diana Roberts Foundation to help victims of domestic violence. Go see these two you will not be disappointed, besides they are great people too!” -Rauser - Blues Society of Tulsa


"The Other End of the Road" released in 1996
"Time Stands Still" Sheri Booth & Mike Polk released in 2003
"Relevant " released in 2004
"Myths Dreams & Recipes" Sheri Booth & Nancy Harris released 2004
Sheri is currently working on a new CD



Haunting melodies, captivating lyrics, combined with sweet acoustic guitar and soulful vocals best describes the talent of this singer/songwriter.
Sheri’s music and style portrays the struggles and victories of life, love and the journey to self-discovery. Sheri writes about her own life experience and takes the listener on a personal journey of the human condition.

Sheri’s early influences include: James Taylor, Carole King, Neil Young, Janis Joplin and Stevie Nicks.

Sheri began performing professionally at age sixteen. She was born and raised in
Dallas, Texas, moved to Austin in the late 70’s, then to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1990
where she still resides. “I have a deep regard for this town and it’s artists.”

In 1978, Sheri was performing at the Bergstrom Air Force Base NCO club
alongside head liners such as, “Asleep At The Wheel” & “Cooter Brown”.
Sheri was also a featured artist on the Austin community College Television Show.

1990 brought a move to Tulsa, Oklahoma where she continued writing and
recording her own material. Sheri has preformed as a solo artist and has been
a member of, as well as, the founder of numerous bands throughout her career.

Sheri has opened for Ian Moore at the Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK as well as
Aaron Neville. Sheri also performed the award winning duet “You’re The Reason
God Made Oklahoma” with David Frizzell.

More about this artist can be found at:

"I want to play music with a message. I believe in the connection of all living things. I feel music is the universal language, and what better way to connect with all life, than communicating with the heart?"