Steve Perry is an American singer and songwriter, born in 1949, in California. He got famous as the lead singer of the Journey band but also for his solo career that started somewhere in the mid-1980s.
He was also a songwriter for most of the band’s songs and this led to a nomination to the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in 2020.
Oh, Sherrie is one of the songs written by Steve together with Randy Goodrum, Craig Krampf, and Bill Cuomo.
The song is part of the album named Street Talk and it was released on April 7, 1984.
The song got up in the charts and was very successful, like for example reaching number 1 in the Canadian RPM 50 Singles, number 5 in Australia – Kent Music Report, also number one in the US Billboard Top Tracks. It was also a huge radio success and MTV hit, reaching number 3 in the Hot 100.
Looking into the free Oh Sherrie piano sheets composition, we can see that the song has elements like bass, guitar, and vocals.
Oh, Sherrie belongs to the pop-rock genre and has a length of 3 minutes and 48 seconds.
It has an amazing music video that was filmed at a Historic Entertainment Venue named MacArthur, from South Park, Los Angeles. The romantic video begins with a big Royal Wedding and with a bride (Sherrie Swafford) with that kind of big dress, Royal members, minister, and a man wearing a robe and a crown.
The story of the video is that it appears that Steve Perry was the man, but the movie is filmed like it was a behind the scenes part, where the man says that he can’t perform the scene.
The video is romantic and original at the same time, I will let you watch it and form your own opinion about the free Oh Sherrie piano sheet music.
From what we know, Oh Sherrie is Steve’s biggest hit as a solo artist and it is known to be written for his girlfriend from those times, named Sherrie Swafford, who is also in the music video.
You can find the free sheets on our website, so good luck with your practice.