Arthur Sherry has made New York City his home. A place so full of energy and dreams one cannot help but be drawn into the fray. Many of his songs are reflections of city life where people come and go as if on a whim. Some leave a lasting impression in a moment. Most go by, unnoticed in the crowd, and some, a precious few, become forever friends.
Art earned a BA in Music, Voice and Theory and started to follow in his older brother’s footsteps as a professional musician. Life came along and he ended up following a different skill set: Wood working and the craftsmanship he learned from his father. This morphed into CNC Rapid Prototypes.
He never put down his guitar and Natalie, (his Taylor guitar,) became one of those forever friends.
When the children grew up and out, he returned to his passion for music and writing with renewed vigor combined with the experience of age. With his 4 paw walking companions, Barkis, Hillary, Jupiter and now Tera, he wanders through Inwood Hill Park where the peace and quiet help him to focus and write. Then there is the subway, and his study, the city streets, country hikes while on vacation, and moments when the muse strikes and brings about, “Trouble.”