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keith sherry

keith sherry

keith sherry


Keith Sherry is a musician/songwriter based in Dublin-Ireland . Over the last year he has been establishing himself on the Irish music scene . Radio appearances , Press interest & Web pages have seen a steady growth in listeners and fans alike . His style has been described as Down-Tempo Soulful music with a hip-sway groove along with his early roots of Indie & Electronica that have crept somewhere into the sound . Keiths first journey into music was the usual garage band thing . Read more on Last.fm
Keith Sherry is a musician/songwriter based in Dublin-Ireland. Over the last year he has been establishing himself on the Irish music scene. Radio appearances , Press interest & Web pages have seen a steady growth in listeners and fans alike. His style has been described as Down-Tempo Soulful music with a hip-sway groove along with his early roots of Indie & Electronica that have crept somewhere into the sound.

Keiths first journey into music was the usual garage band thing. He joined Dublin band Big Into Rhythm and then went about putting together their own recording and rehearsal space and working on the thing that eluded most bands. . .

an original sound. They had done all the usual venues around Dublin & had their set rehearsed blindfolded. But the effort to keep the line up together and constantly looking for gigs was too much and the band went their separate ways. During the mid nineties Keith got involved with several collaborations.

Notably with one of the musicians from BIR. He had moved to London and was working in recording studios over in the UK and back in Dublin. This gave them access to top studios to record their demos & backing tracks. Again more valuable recording experience gained and more importantly developing as a songwriter.

Towards the end of the decade he took a break from music for a few years ... " Looking back now I fell out of love with it , I wasn't enjoying it , my fire went out " ... By the time he felt that familiar urge to write again a lot had changed. Keith went back to basics learning the whole virtual studio software package.

He set up a home studio just outside the city centre around 2002/03. At the start his time was divided between producing demos for other artists and more collaborations. These projects ranged from Ambient & Electronica to Soul & Nu Jazz & some Jam Band & Indie stuff in between. From 2004/05 he started to write solo full time and it just kept going.

Over the last couple of years the songs have come together and Spring 2009 sees the release of his debut CD "Thin Skin" as well as download facilities set up. Although the music has a band feel to it , there is only Keith performing & recording the songs. He has been lucky enough to have had some great people come in on the Thin Skin project. Session musician Rama Block played accustic & electric guitars & vocalist Sallay Garnett sang lead on "Gone" & harmony on "Your Little Need".

The Toc Brothers made the promo video for his "Slow Return" track. And photography was done by Roy Sheils. For more info you can contact Keith @ sosaysomusic@gmail.com Or visit www.myspace.com/keithsherry www.soundclick.com/keithsherry www.reverbnation.com/keithsherry www.twitter.com/keithsherry www.downloadmusic.ie/keithsherry www.facebook.com/keithsherrydublin Click on the link below to view my "Slow Return" video on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32miYc9V9RA Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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