Traditional Country & Swing Originals delivered on a billow of sultry, jazz-infused smoke

Cheryl Deserée

Cheryl Deserée is currently working on her sophomore album, "Dreamy Two", which will be recorded at Blackbird Studios in Berry Hill, TN. The album is set for release in late summer of 2018. 

On "Dreamy, Too", Cheryl Deserée will take you on an ethereal, and mostly playful journey through sound and style, dipping into the pools of heartache now and then, before culminating in the sweet and sultry hopefulness that her fans have come to know and love.  

The project will feature a western take on the Louis Prima/Keely Smith classic jump blues, "Oooh-dah-dilly-dah" sung with aforementioned hero,
Ray Benson of Asleep At The Wheel. It will also boast an original western song co-written by Ranger Doug of The Riders In The Sky. The Riders In The Sky will appear on "Dreamy Two" as well.

Peer Reviews

"You sound great! Your songs are well written

& you've got the right players, for sure!"

Raul Malo, The Mavericks

"Cool new classic sounding music from Cheryl Deserée. LOVE the SOUNDS!"

Joe Bonsall, The Oak Ridge Boys

"Your material, vocals & arrangements present you as a smart, interesting person... in other words, an artist."

John England, The Western Swingers

"Great job with this record, Cheryl!

Feels so good to have that honky tonk vibe

and your beautiful voice mingling.

Much success and happiness to you! See you around town!"

Suzy Bogguss

"Cheryl Deserée can do Dale Watson style honky tonk and segue into NOLA jazz & torch songs seamlessly."
Jason Claybaugh

"Cheryl makes Enya sound like an old Russian couple fighting at the bank."

Deric Mandrell Boyer

*Click here  to hear The Mavericks' rendition of

Motley Crue's "Dr. Feelgood" for Nashville Outlaws on BMLG.

I recorded backing vocals on this track.*

Stepford Bunny Records