Hailing from both the Caribbean and Amsterdam — siblings Andy & Dorothy Sherman, better known as Shermanology are set to embark on a whole new chapter in their illustrious career – returning to their roots with a unique blend of soul, jazz, funk, dancehall, reggae, pop and vocal house. Shermanology is showcasing their true love for groovy, vocals and accessible house music highlighted by Dorothy’s soaring vocals and Andy’s bass-loving beats.
Their music journey began with the influence of both their father (Tony Sherman) and uncles, who after Tony’s solo career formed The Sherman Brothers. They grew up with the soundtracks of Prince, Luther Vandross, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Bebe & Cece Winans and Earth Wind & Fire among many other legends. Watching their own family and these experts rehearse and hone the craft of rhythm and soul gave them the foundation for what will now be their own sound. Andy & Dorothy Sherman want to bring a unique blend of different styles where vocals are their trademark.
Shermanology’s music took off in 2011 as they featured on Avicii’s/Tom Hang’s “Blessed” followed quickly by their collab with Afrojack – the massive hit “Can’t Stop Me”. These tracks made their voices heard at all the main stages of electronic music festivals, and took them on a whirlwind tour around the globe. Today in 2018 they can’t wait to share what they have been working on! Follow on their social channels to stay updated!
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