Sherry joined the American Music Landmarks Project as a consulting professional in January 2022. This exciting new organization is the first of its kind, connecting music fans, music landmark operators and other advocates through unique opportunities to discover, experience and support the places that shaped U.S. music history.
The December 2021/January 2022 issue of Vintage Rock features an article revisiting the 1986 Everly Brothers homecoming that Sherry pitched to the magazine. She curated and contributed content for "Forever Everly" that includes new interviews and photos never before published. This is Sherry's third contributor credit for the magazine this year.
Since their first visit in October 2016, Sherry and her twin sister Sheryl have been working to bring greater recognition to the Everly Brothers Childhood Home. The late Don Everly's son Edan and his family visited Shenandoah for a community meet and greet, historical marker dedication at the Everly home and concert on Sept. 24th and 25th.
Sherry and her twin sister Sheryl consulted on Vintage Rock's special 2021 summer edition celebrating Ritchie Valens. An excerpt from their 2016 interview with Bob Hale, emcee of the 1959 Winter Dance Party, is published in this issue. Bob is the last living link to the historic events relating to what has become known as "The Day The Music Died."
VR Feature: The State of Rock n Roll
Sherry is featured in the April/May 2021 issue of Vintage Rock regarding her work for the history of rock and roll pioneers in Iowa including the Everly Brothers Childhood Home and The Surf Speaks project at the historic Surf Ballroom where Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson gave their final performances.