Genre: Pop

Country of Origin: Singapore

Sheri Miller is a singer/songwriter; she was born in Long Island, New York. Her mother was an opera-singer and classical pianist, and her uncle was a recording engineer, who worked with Chick Korea, James Brown, and Smokey Robinson. Sheri began taking classical piano lessons at an early age, and began to compose her own original songs and teaching herself acoustic guitar, singing along with Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bonnie Raitt, The Beatles and The Beach Boys.
While singing in local blues bands, writing songs, and getting a degree in English/Poetry at the University of Pennsylvania, at a church sale she found a small Casio keyboard she had dreamed of, to help her write songs in her bedroom, instead of walking 20 minutes to the jazz piano practice room, which led to Sheri to writing songs on her new keyboard daily. - Wikipedia