Sheri Streeter

"Beautifully angry." – Never Nervous

New song

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On Friday, August 17th, I’m digitally releasing a song called “Love in the Time of Hate” that was inspired by the white supremacist attack on anti-racist protesters at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, killing activist Heather Heyer last year.

The track is a collaboration with producer/sound designer Gabriel Walker.

It’ll be available on all your favorite and least favorite streaming and download sites (Spotify, YouTube Music, Apple Music/iTunes, Bandcamp, etc).

[Artwork by Fisher Williams]

Never Nervous Party

This was one of my all time favorite shows at Never Nervous. Thanks to Phillip Olympia, Jake Hellman, and Syd Bishop for hosting us.

Video: Mammoth Set

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Never Nervous did a lovely feature on a live video of mine. If you haven’t seen me play with Mark Hamilton, you’re in for a real treat.

ArtxFM Exploded View

Wow, ArtxFM’s Exploded View is doing 3 hour feature on me. Very honored!

Many thanks to the LEO Weekly and Never Nervous

My new release Richer for the Grief  has been well received, and I’m happy to announce that Never Nervous recently named the EP their Album of the Week and the LEO Weekly named “Home Videos” one of their favorite local songs of the month!

Recently I had the opportunity to talk with Phillip Olympia in detail about co-producing the record with Zack Kouns,

There are so many amazing musicians in Louisville, and I’m proud to be part of this community. I’m feeling the love and it’s mutual!

Richer for the Grief

I recorded this raw and beautiful collaborative EP with my friend Zack Kouns—an experimental/electronic/hermetic hillbilly/noise musician—out in his home in rural Appalachia during the winter of 2015.

A couple of these tracks were released on comps last year while I was touring, but I wanted to share a few more from our sessions.

Jack Scally was kind enough to let me use his painting “Tired of the Ghosts” for the cover art.

Louisville Loves Horror

The fine folks at Never Nervous invited me to talk about one of my favorite movies Carnival of Souls for their Louisville Loves Horror series.


Tour Break / Album Release

I’ve played 29 shows over the last six months, traveled on my “off” days, and recorded a couple dozen songs, logging over 20,000 miles along the way. It was a brief but good run, and I’m taking a much needed break from the road. To thank everyone for their support and at the request to keep things “just me and my guitar,” I am releasing a live-tracked album of my set from tour. It was recorded in storage unit in Jerseydelphia over the summer.

Sing Me Back Home


I’m playing this month’s installment of the Sing Me Back Home series at the New Vintage in Louisville, KY on Thursday, August 17th. Nathaniel Seer and the Kelly Scott Franklin and Heidijoy Stenson duo are also performing.

For more details:

Shows Announced

As the warm weather winds down, I’m playing shows in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Dates added as confirmed. For more details: