*Dr. Sherri Sandifer is a multi-talented singer/songwriter hailing from Houston, Texas. Collaborating with record label Nia Entertainment, Sherri has released the much anticipated debut single ‘Don’t Call Me’ from her album ‘Love Revolution’.
The single is an anthem for anyone who has ever had to move on from a failing relationship. The song’s infectious beat, timeless lyrics and confident attitude make it a song for R&B lovers of any age.
Co-written by Sandifer, James Smith, and Nicole Kelly (BMI), the single was produced by Grammy award winner Dru Castro (India Arie, Usher, Mary J, Blige, Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas) and remixed by the Roundtable Kings. 2 On October 7, 2010, the public was able to sample a slice of the musical styling’s of a woman whose R&B star is on the rise. Even at an early age, Sherri’s musical talent was apparent as she became an accomplished pianist and flutist. Sherri’s vocal and songwriting influences include Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Michael McDonald, and Donny Hathaway.
Sherri expanded her musical interests as a student at Yale when she sang with Shades, an acapella singing group known for its R&B, pop, and gospel repertoire and its memorable choreography. During her years with Shades she was a performer, musical director, and songwriter, widely expanding the group’s following.
Recently, Sherri’s longtime friend and manager Nicole Kelly introduced her to Atlanta producer Dru Castro, that introduction led to a busy time for Sherri, now a qualified Medial Doctor, she takes care of her pediatric patients Monday through Friday and flies to Atlanta on the weekends to write and record. Finally, her passions for both music and medicine are being nurtured.
“Don’t Call Me” is currently in rotation on major urban radio stations all over the US and has garnered early attention as a hit record. The record is available via Itunes, Amazon.com and KES Music & Video Distribution. Go to www.sherrisandifer.com for more info. Watch the video for “Don’t Call Me” on YouTube and Vimeo.
Jones & Omally