Taylor, Sherri

** This is just a short biographical summary – for the full story, check out this artist’s reviews! **

One of the first women to record for Motown, Sherri Taylor saw just one single released, and even that was a duet with the almost-as-obscure Singin’ Sammy Ward – albeit her place in history is still secure, as that single (1960’s Oh Lover) was the first duet ever released as a Motown single. Sherri came to Motown via a gospel background and a stint in her family group, the Taylor Tones, who had singles released on Lu-Pine Records, erstwhile home of the Primettes, later to become the Supremes – but unlike either Sammy or the Supremes, Sherri didn’t stick around at Hitsville, leaving the label in 1961 to return to the Taylor-Tones.

Review Archive: Sherri TAYLOR (2 items)

We have 2 reviews for Sherri Taylor currently available here on Motown Junkies – click the link above to see our archive for more details.


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