Sherri Lyn Robbins
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Sherri Lyn Robbins

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Soul Satisfied 1997 LP
Precious and Righteous 1998 LP
Live At Washington Street 2000 EP

All produced by Funky Deva Productions


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Maryland native Sherri Lyn Robbins, of Cherokee and Scots-Irish descent, has been a performing singer/songwriter for over twenty years. She was influenced from an early age by a blend of jazz/blues and gospel music. Inspired by singers like Billie Holiday, Etta James, and Aretha Franklin, and by great folk/pop songwriters like Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Carole King; she has always dreamed of sharing her own brand of original inspirational soulful folk with the world. She sees herself not only as a performer, but a music/healer as well.

Her earliest songwriting efforts revealed a gift for transforming her own intensely personal experiences into universal messages of hope and inspiration, easily felt and understood by people from all walks of life. Her goal is to use this visionary ability to bring a healing message to people, one song at a time. The first album, Soul Satisfied has a unique story all its own. From concept to finished product, the album was surrounded by one miracle after another. (Check out Sherri Lyn's website for the amazing story.) First successfully released in 1997 as a cassette, it was then re-mastered in 2002 and released onto cd and exposed to a much wider audience...thanks to the Internet. Now copies of the "little album that could" were touching hearts and lives of people all over the world!

Currently Ms. Robbins, is developing her workshop..."Dare To Dream: Unlocking The Power of Creativity" as well as her fourth recording "Blue Woman" and all aspects of Funky Deva Productions. Soul Satisfied was recently used in the film short..."No Place Like Home" and presented at the Weinberg Center for a juried film festival in Frederick Maryland.