What's New With Sherry Bach - February 18, 2012
Hi folks. It's been a crazy 6 months. So many wonderful opportunities have blessed me beyond expectations; Nashville is the capital of opportunity.
Between networking on my own, and my work with CK Shrum at Dream Music Studio, I have had the pleasure of meeting, and writing with so many up and coming artists that you will definitely be hearing about in the future. There's Annalise Morelli, who is 15; her mom is the sis I never had. Nathan Shore, who looks like Bob Dylan but sounds like Timmy Rivers. Twelve year old Hannah Williams will amaze you with her God given voice; she is a natural in front of an audience. CK (owner of Dream Music Studio) has given me the opportunity to write with the artist he is currently producing a CD for, Madison Darice; our writing together clicked like well oiled gears. Today I met Nicole Marceau who sounds like Alison Krauss. We will be writing together soon. Keep your ears and eyes open for all of these young folks and feel free to google them; they all have something online where you could keep up with their progress and/or check them out. Remember, I have a youtube channel that you can check out as well. Just google "sherrybach" and everything will come up.
My job as Executive Assistant to the CEO of Regency Healthcare Group is over as of March 31st; our company was sold. It's actually a blessing though because I need a time out. I have basically been working two jobs for almost two years and I need to fall back, regroup and get back in touch with my boogie board. I think it is beneficial to anyone who is creative to take this important time to be alone, be still and let God work in them. I will be spending at least 6 months back home in Florida when my job is over, playing in the ocean with my boogie board and spending time with my daughter Bri who will be home from college in May. I'm sure I will continue some kind of writing project whether it is a book, or songs. For me, writing is like breathing.
Most importantly, I will be a grandma in March to little Rebecca Lee (I love that name!) who I'm sure I will write a song about one day.
Enough for now, talk soon.