“Streeter’s voice features an undercurrent of fragility, and is vulnerable and earnest in delivery. On so many levels, ‘Home Videos’ is relatable.” – LEO Weekly – Six Favorite Local Songs from August” (2017)

“Beautifully angry… Her voice on this track [‘Crotch Crucifix’] particularly really riles me up, almost to the point of flipping tables, which is a bit unusual considering it’s mostly just Sheri and an acoustic guitar.” – Never Nervous (October 2016)

“Gorgeous sounds.” – The Daily Guru (April 2014)

“Her latest effort… heavily showcase Streeter’s beautiful, sometimes fierce voice and warm acoustic guitar with a bit of decorative piano, atmospheric organ and auxiliary percussion to give each track a bit of added flavor… In a short span of 5 songs, Richer For The Grief, has quite an emotional range emanating sadness, anger and sometimes furious anger.” – Never Nervous – Album of the Week and Interview (August 2017)

“Musicians Attack Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin With Tune ‘Crotch Crucifix’” – Breitbart (June 2016)

“This song [‘Love in the Time of Hate’] is about empathy. It’s about the strength it takes to carry that empathy in your daily life. In this sense, the song is both beautiful and anxiety inducing. Most of all it’s fucking real. This is a snapshot of a feeling that doesn’t just go away, even if sometimes you choose to ignore it.” – Never Nervous (August 2018)