Sherry Marquelle is a singer/songwriter and has been singing since childhood. She is also the proud adopted daughter of a WWII Veteran.
Sherry is using her singing and writing talents to inspire fellow Americans to get involved in the efforts to stand up for our country and uphold the constitution.
She finished recording her first Nashville produced CD, “The Only Bridge,” which was nominated for the Native American Music Awards in 2001. The Only Bridge was produced by Fred Foster, who has produced songs with great artist, such as Dolly Pardon, Roy Orbison, and many others.
Sherry currently has two new singles the first which will be featured on her new Cd “Whispers of Hope” It is titled "Hot Mama-Listen up Big "G” This song was written from a mother’s viewpoint and is directed towards our current administration in Washington, She wrote this song after a march on Washington in 2009.
Her second and most recent song is titled “True American Girl” Which was written about the first American woman killed in combat during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Sherry is not new to the music industry. She has shared the stage with Faron Young, Mel McDaniel and John Conley. She has recorded songs from some of Nashville’s top songwriters, such as Harlan Howard (I Fall To Pieces, I Got A Tiger By The Tail, Somebody Should Leave), Hank Cochran (Make The World Go Away, The Chair, Ocean Front Property), and Angela Kaset (Independence Day).
Sherry is presently performing at, private clubs, pow wows, tea parties, 9/12, military and veteran events. She is a member of the Native American Music Awards (NAMA) and The Recording Academy.