Sherry Anne Releases New Music Video, “Silent Prayer”

Franklin, TN (Oct 10th, 2017) – Sherry Anne has released a new music video, “Silent Prayer”. The video was shot on location in Pigeon Forge, TN during the National Quartet Convention and co-directed with John Mathis of Mansion Entertainment.

The theme of “Silent Prayer” is that God hears our unspoken prayers; the lyric also touches on the silence in the life of the hearing impaired. Sherry Anne was born with bi-lateral hearing impairment and she utilizes sign language throughout video.

Sherry Anne performed the song live while appearing with the Gaither Vocal Band earlier this year. Bill Gaither spoke with Sherry Anne before her performance that evening regarding her ministry and how she overcame her hearing impairment in order to be able to sing. The interest in the song and the events of that evening were one of the influences in the making of the new video.

Sherry Anne continues to tour throughout the year, she has appeared on stages such as The National Quartet Convention and Dollywood, on television networks such as TBN and 100 Huntley Street, and in concert with The Booth Brothers, The Hoppers, Triumphant Quartet and many others. Previous video releases have been seen on national TV programs such as Nashville Country Revival airing on networks such as Heartland, TCT, Daystar Television and others.

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