Her passion for music started when she was very little. Living a long way out of town, in far North Queensland, Australia, and one of five children on a farm, it was had to find things to amuse themselves. Spending time listen to records on her Grandads gramophone . Everything and anything Cherry could get her hands on. It was mainly country and Elvis as that is what her folks listened to. When grewing older Cherry learned to appreciate all types of music. It wasn‘t until her dear friend Renae from „The Katz Alles“ introduced her to Wanda Jackson that she truly felt in love with Rockabilly and here we are today.
Texas honky-tonk singer Frankie Miller enjoyed a string of hits for STARDAY in the ’50s and ’60s. Nearly a decade before those classic recordings, Frankie was drafted into the Army. He gave up a blossoming music career and went off to fight in Korea. Frankie bought a guitar while on leave in Seoul and taped a letter for the folks back in Texas, singing samples of the latest songs he had written while far from home.