Brett Sheroky’s liking for country music started at an early age. His parents were always playing records and cassettes of George Strait, Conway Twitty, The Judds, and Willie Nelson. Sheroky’s passion for music developed as he started to write his own songs and playing in and around his home city of Belleville, IL. Finally, he made the movie to Nashville aka: Music City.
Sheroky hit the ground running but was distracted just a couple months later when he diagnosed with cancer. He shares “when you are told you have the “C” word, everything changes. He understands that what you want out of life cannot wait. For Sheroky, this great dream became everything he ate, sleep and breathe.” Sheroky has been cancer free since 2013.
While he spent some years as a songwriter getting many songs cut by independent artists, he began to make a name for himself around Nashville as musician Sheroky’s single “Alcholiday” won the 2017 John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Many months later, he signed his first publishing and artist development deal with Luna Music Group.
His songwriting mixes catchy commercial tunes with crafty hooks and great lyrics. Sheroky’s voice sounds like it came from 1990’s country radio. The arrangement makes him one to watch out for. Sheroky latest single “Better on Paper” is available both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Brett Sheroky then check out his website at http://www.brettsheroky.com.
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