Flight deck to a stage and onto the CMA's...
Sailor Jerri is a Navy Veteran and Country Music Artist from central Minnesota. While serving in the US Navy she worked as an Aviation Mechanic on F/A 18's with the VFA 83 Rampagers.
Jerri started playing guitar and singing for the long term care at the VA, and in veteran support groups. In April of 2017 she wrote and posted "Hallelujah Veterans Version" In just a year it was viewed over 150 million times, and downloaded in 22 countries.
She has been busy writing and in the Studio ever since. "Screen Doors and Steel Guitars" her sophomore album, was released on May 17, 2019, and has been shared and played all over the world. It is available here, and on iTunes and Google play.
Jerri started 2020 when she took off for Florida to begin her 2020 tour. Already added to the schedule are over 17 states and 50 shows. Including shows with George Strait, Randy Hauser, Jamey Johnson and many others. She recently joined Reba on the stage at the CMA Awards in Nashville, to introduce Dierks Bentley and Sheryl Crow. She was featured on the CMA's and they aired a clip of Jerri and her band performing her song "Won't Be For Nothing".
Jerri is using her music to not only entertain, but to inspire and help her fellow Veterans. She recently partnered with Crown Royal and Thomas Rhett to announce the Purple Bag Project, where they pledge to pack and ship 1 million Crown Royal bags filled with essentials to the military serving over seas.