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The Sky Could Send You

Sherri Roberts

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An appealing jazz singer from the San Francisco Bay area, Sherri Roberts has a nice voice, always swings, and is not afraid to stretch herself. On The Sky Could Send You she utilizes a variety of guest artists, including altoist Phil Woods on three numbers, but she is the main focus throughout. Her repertoire, which includes a rhythmically complex rendition of the Nat King Cole-associated "You're Looking at Me," two obscure Rodgers & Hart songs, Henry Mancini's "Slow Hot Wind," and Jimmy Webb's "The Moon's a Harsh Mistress," plus an original co-written with bassist Harvie S, is challenging — yet she always sounds relaxed and sincere. This is a subtle release that grows in interest with repeated listenings, and is a welcome return to recording after seven years for Sherri Roberts.

Biography

Born: Greenville, SC

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Sherri Roberts is a jazz-oriented singer with a warm voice. Born in Greenville, South Carolina and raised in Atlanta, she graduated from college in 1979 with a theater degree. Roberts moved to San Francisco that year and began exploring both jazz and classic pop, studying with Jeri Southern and working locally. She began recording for Brownstone, starting with 1994's Twilight World and continuing with Dreamsville in 1997. She moved to the Blue House/Pacific Jazz label for 2006's The Sky Could Send...
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