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In the late '90s a determined native of Australia named Sherrie Austin came to Nashville from Los Angeles in search of country stardom. The only thing she had besides a suitcase full of dreams were two names and phone numbers. However, upon Sherrie's arrival to Music City an earthquake hit Los Angeles and a tree branch loaded with ice fell on her rented car. While some may have seen these two signs as an omen, Sherrie didn't give up her pursuit of a career in music. The two people whose names Sherrie had were Will Rambeaux and Ree Guyer. Both these gentlemen may have been a bit hesitant at first to work with Sherrie, due to their perception of her experience, or rather her lack time onstage. They found out, though, Sherrie had been singing in front of ausiences most of her life, and in her early teen years she opened for the legendary Johnny Cash on his 1985 Australian tour. Rambeaux now writes and produces with Sherrie and Guyer is her music publisher.

Sherrie has her own website at
http://www.sherrieaustin.com