MUST HEAR: Josh Weathers & Company Bad*ss Cover of Steve Perry’s ‘Oh Sherrie’
Certainly there is a young, sharp, network TV exec somewhere out there looking to make a name for herself, right? One of y'all need to swoop in and buy Nate Coon's Home Room Sessions, quick, before Netflix does.
Have you been keeping up with this series? It's gotta be worth $20 million, easy, and how rad would it be to watch full 30 minute episodes? That's some binge-worthy TV right there.
Everyone from Wade Bowen, Aaron Watson, Courtney Patton, and Pat Green have participated, but with the videos usually clocking in at around two minutes, it's never been enough to satisfy our greedy ears.
Up next, Nate Coon, whose day job is drumming for Aaron Watson, brought in Josh Weathers. A native of Fort Worth, Weathers, is known for his incredible voice and energetic live shows. He went viral in 2015 after a YouTube video of him covering Whitney Houston’s smash hit, “I Will Always Love You,” made its way around the internet.
He's got one of the most powerful voices on planet Earth, that's a fact. Hearing him, Blaine Crews Paul Jenkins Michael Tarabay Sean Giddings, John Carroll, and Coon breathe new life into Steve Perry's 1984 classic "Oh Sherrie" will change yours.
According to Wikipedia, "Oh Sherrie" is a song written by American singer Steve Perry, Randy Goodrum, Craig Krampf, and Bill Cuomo. It was included on Perry's first solo album Street Talk in 1984, which he released while still a member of Journey. The song hit number three on the pop chart and number one on the rock chart in the United States.