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Tung & Groov

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Sherri Harrison from a very young age was in love with Johann Sebastian Bach. She was fortunate enough to attend Columbia College majoring in music; she also played 2 yrs with Columbia’s Philharmonic. In the 2005, The Critic’s Choice Show recognized her talent and gave Sherri some airplay. Her influences range from classical to modern pop like Bach, Chopin, and Mozart to Roberta Flack, Carly Simon, Fleetwood Mac and Jackson Brown. One song she will play the piano, the next she will play electric fiddle then if she doesn’t go back to the piano she is on bass or the mandolin. She brings a unique a sound to this acoustic duo that only such an eclectic player could. With 25 years in the music industry, to Sherri songwriting and playing music is like a marriage she just can’t walk away from it.

Erin Johns had pretty humble beginnings. Erin at age 12 would play an old broken and stringless guitar and pretend to be Paul Simon. After some guitar lessons and a really big influence of The Indigo Girls, she began teaching herself. Learning different riffs and playing by ear, at the young age of 16 she was a street performer playing for tips. Her first big musical break was playing with “Wire & Wood” a trio band for 3 years. Some of her influences were the Beatles, Paul McCartney, Judy Collins, Lauren Hill and of course Paul Simon and The Indigo Girls. Erin truly enjoys songwriting and has written quite a number of songs based on her life experiences over the last 15 years. She says “when her emotions run high she becomes the vessel and the words just come to her”.

The two met and started playing together with “Bring out your Dead” which changed both of them and opened them up musically. The partnership fostered and nurtured a gelling of the Dynamic Duo, even though they were playing with other band members. It was around this time they say “a solid musical connection was forming, they could not deny”.
You can see this musical connection on stage and feel it in the chemistry between them.
Creating so appropriately their name Tung and Groov, formed in 2008.

While they play for sanity and communicate through their music…
they just want YOU to feel the groov.