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JoMomma is Sheri’s amazing five- to six-piece “Show Band” or known as her “Wall of Sound.”  JoMomma is a full-production ensemble that brings energy and power to the stage, playing venues, festivals, and larger events.  Sheri leads this group which showcases the talents of additional rhythm and bass sections.


With a voice seeped in raw emotion and tender control, award-winning singer-songwriter from Washington, Sheri Roberts Greimes performs her honest, vulnerable lyrics of love, loss and redemption in a way that cuts straight to the heart of her audiences. Sheri is a multiple Washington Blues Society Best of the Blues award winner and featured performer throughout the Pacific Northwest. Flavored with country rock, this vocal powerhouse with soul, blends the sound and styles of Etta, Beth and Janis into “blues” you can feel.


Learning to play the piano at age three, Sheri started her career in piano bars at the age of 15. Sheri played throughout the Puget Sound area as a solo artist and with various bands. She moved to Nashville in 1986 and became a favorite songwriter/singer in Nashville, playing the prestigious Blue Bird Café, Douglas Corner, The Cannery, The Stockyard and Nashville Palace. Sheri performed throughout the U.S. at the state and county fair circuits, and in Las Vegas at numerous venues.


Moving home to Washington state in 1993, Sheri raised her son while attending college and performing with local bands. She released her album, Family Tree, which was favorably received on Reverbnation and YouTube.


Sheri suffered a severe respiratory and cardio illness in 2012 and lost her ability to sing. She spent three years building her vocal strength back. Though she is on continuous oxygen therapy, she still sings with the dynamics and strength of a seasoned professional. Sheri continues to perform throughout the PNW with her trio “Sheri & Da Boyz” and her band “JoMomma.”


Venturing into the blues scene, Sheri released her first blues album of new songs and received multiple nominations and numerous awards from the Washington Blues Society for Best Female Blues Vocalist (2017, 2019, 2020, 2022) and Best Solo/Duo Performer (2018, 2019, 2020, 2022).