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    Meet Sherry

    Through most of my twenties and early thirties, I was the lead singer for the rock band The Evinrudes. We took the indie route at first, made some very unique and progressive recordings, and won the attention of several producers, label heads, publishers, and…

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    Music

    After fronting the smash band The Evinrudes (Mercury Records) from 1995-2002 whose song, “Drive Me Home” reached number one status on rock radio in the Southeast, Cothran released her first solo album, “Who Let the World In” in 2003. Songs from this album garnered…

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    Writing

    Sherry has crafted a unique voice as songwriter, author, singer and preacher. Her voice has been described from various spheres as deeply poetic with arresting honesty, edgy and fresh, evocative and inviting. Cothran’s own weekly blog, featuring her unique voice, is widely read and…

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    Speaking

    At home in many different kinds of situations, whether performing songs for thousands or delivering intimate concerts, sermons/lectures for the gathered few, Cothran has developed a comfortable and warm presence with all kinds of people over the years. Cothran weaves story, theological depth and…

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    Preaching

    As the pastor at West Nashville United Methodist Church, Sherry preaches each Sunday. In addition, she’s had the opportunity to share her unique blend of preaching and song at seminaries, churches and other gathering places. Her sermons have been featured in various arenas, including…

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    Evinrudes

    Sherry fronted the rock/pop band, The Evinrudes, from 1995 to 2002. The band was initially independent when their song off of a self-released CD, “Drive Me Home” hit number status throughout the Southeast in 1998. The band toured relentlessly, promoting two CD’s, “Little Red…

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    Sunland

    “Sunland,” Cothran’s 6th and most recent CD release, combines the energy and familiar chemistry of the Evinrudes while illuminating the beauty and intimacy of Cothran’s voice and point of view. The songs range from a middle eastern flare to Americana rock and spins the…

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    Who Let The World In

    Sherry’s first solo CD, released on the heels of the Evinrudes break up, produced by the late Grammy nominated producer, Johnny Pierce and released on his imprint label, Rain Records in 2003. Major disruptions in Cothran’s personal life prevented her from touring and promoting…

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    West Nashville UMC

    A space of radical hospitality for the community, the church’s ministry footprint provides non-perishable food and hot meals for over 200 people per week, small group support for families of prisoners and prisoners re-entering society, resettlement services for refugees and restorative yoga. The church…