The Sherry-Lee Wisor Trio

Banjo Lesson

Written and Performed by Sherry-Lee Wisor. Accompanied by Tom Murray & Fat Dave Johnston.






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Written and Performed by Sherry-Lee Wisor. Accompanied by Tom Murray & Fat Dave Johnston.





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The Sherry-Lee Wisor Trio

In its finest form, "The Wisor Trio" has embraced the styling & mystique of early pre-swing folk-blues as well as other primitive forms of music to craft its stripped down, yet current feel... to properly capture the strong, live energy that "The Wisor Trio" puts forth when Sherry-Lee Wisor (Po'girl, Jerry Jerry & the Sons of Rhythm Orchestra, Mike MacDonald Band) tunes up her acoustic guitar, straps on her banjo and walks on stage with upright bass-player Tom Murray (Old Reliable, MayRayGun) and electric guitar-player 'Fat Dave' Johnston (The Fat Dave Crime Wave, The Rumble Strippers).

"... one of Edmonton's finest musical collaborations" - Vue Weekly

"... songs with breezy sophistication" - SEE Magazine

"appalachian, foot-stamping, bittersweet folk-pop" - Edmonton Journal

"Sherry-Lee Wisor's breathy, at times near-whisper vocals are reminiscent of both Martha Wainwright and Lucinda Williams'" - Vue Weekly

Website: http://www.reverbnation.com/sherryleewisor