Sherita Perez is the most diverse singer and Indie musician from the Texas Gulf Coast yet. She is naturally composed at all times making her easy to work with but don’t take her for granted, she does have a capricious side and warns the world that she can be loud and Houston proud when necessary.
She cites a wide variety of musical influences such as The Deer, Rickie Lee Jones, Janis Joplin, and The Doors. Listening to these greats has helped Sherita develop a talent for crossing genres easily. When asked what’s on her playlist right now she’ll tell you, “…anything before 1978 because I like the sound of older recordings. The lyrics were more emotional and well structured.” Able to jump from solo act to full band performance with the snap of her fingers, Sherita brings a sultry attitude and a stage presence that fills any room. In fact, she’s performed at the legendary CBGB’s and she’s delighted audiences at festivals and clubs across North America.
One of her favorite words is sustainability. One of her favorite phrases is, “Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.” Her other favorite is, “Don’t mess with Texas.” She’s into DIY; she’s also worked on an organic farm. She believes in Forgiveness, Tolerance, and Manifestation. As you may have guessed, she’s also drawn to strong women. She’s been featured in multiple publications including the Houston Press, Scene Magazine, and Free Press Houston. She has also recorded with famed producers Chris “Frenchie” Smith and Josh Applebee. She’s also been featured on major market radio. Sherita is currently finishing up a new album which is being recorded at the legendary SugarHill Recording Studios in Houston. She’ll soon be touring throughout Europe. You can hear her solo work on Soundcloud and watch her videos on her YouTube channel now.
Find out more about Sherita here: http://www.sheritaperez.com/