Hope you are doing well during these challenging times!


We want to share a couple happy moments that came our way this month, so here goes:

Canadian-American Records, who distributes and promotes our music for radio air play around the world, notified us that our song “Love Will Never Die” was #7 in January and then to the  #1 spot in February! on “The Top 40 Independent Country Songs Chart” !


If you haven’t heard this song, check it out–we were honored to feature world renown pedal steel guitarist Marty Rifkin, (he performs with Bruce Springsteen!)  Click here to watch “Love Will Never Die” video! 

Secondly, our song “Think I Could Fall” started its promotion with Canadian-American Records on February 26th.  In the first 30 days, it has already been played in almost every US state plus 23 countries around the world, so we’re hoping it will make it to the Top 40 Chart as well! Click here to watch “Think I Could Fall” video.

We know there is so much music to listen to, so we are always truly appreciative when we receive recognition for our “Sheri & Bill” offering to the music industry!  Connecting with all of you through our music is what motivates us to create more music…and hopefully share more connections in life. So, thank you!

And speaking of connecting, with the Covid-19 epidemic requiring us all to practice social distancing, we have canceled our live performances through May — and we already miss everyone! We have left 4 summer farmers market gigs tentatively on our schedule…time will tell if they are a go. We hope in a few months we will be greeting some of you in person–even if we have to share elbow bumps instead of hugs!

We are enjoying the creative efforts we continue to see on social media as folks connect remotely and encourage one another to remain positive as we all adapt to this more restricted lifestyle than normal.

A shout out to all the thousands of medical and emergency workers who are working tirelessly, as well as the governmental and scientific communities who are focused on finding a way through this crisis! 

We want to leave you with “The Ballad of Gerald & Joe”, our own personal “adapting to change in life” song. This song is inspired by a true story, a chance meeting we had with a truck driver in a parking lot a couple years ago, who had definitely learned the art of adapting! Click here to watch “Ballad Of Gerald & Joe” video 

Please stay healthy and positive – we hope to see you all soon!


p.s. if you have some happy news to share, let us know — we would love to hear it–maybe there is a song in it for us!

We duet….better as we go! Sheri & Bill