Video performances Featuring Angelle Sheridan

Catchy and popular original songs written & performed by Angelle Sheridan

"Long Way Down This Highway", "Changing Time", "Sometimes the Blues Has Got Me" *  Angelle Sheridan (4/2020 Cleveland, OH)

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Fresh & super-delicious renditions of classy classic songs by Angelle Sheridan

"That's What My Man is For" *  The Jets Featuring Angelle Sheridan (3/2020 Virtual Concert, Quarantine Lockdown in Cleveland, OH)

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 "As Long As I'm Drinking" (aka The Drinking Song) *  Angelle Sheridan (4/2020 Cleveland, OH)

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"Someone Saved My Life Tonight" *  The Jets Featuring Angelle Sheridan (3/2019 Mentor, OH)

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"Let Me Say I Love You (One More Time)", "Never Make Your Mama Have the Blues" (2017), "Come Sleep in My Bed" (2010) *  Angelle Sheridan (11/2018 Ohio City, OH)

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"You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth" * The Jets Featuring Angelle Sheridan (2019 at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame)

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Danny Sheridan Introducing Angelle Sheridan (2015 at the Daniel Montesanto 20 Year Memorial)

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"Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" * The Jets Featuring Angelle Sheridan (2019 at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame)

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Danny Sheridan promoting my favorite event we did together (Songwriter's Experience Seminar, 2009 Indian Wells, CA)

"Rain Your Love" * Danny and Angelle Sheridan (2011 Los Angeles CA)

"Long Way Down This Highway" (2011), "Changing Time" (1985), "Sometimes the Blues Has Got Me" (2019) words and music Angelle Sheridan

 "Sometimes the Blues Has Got Me" (2019) words and music Angelle Sheridan

"As Long As I'm Drinking" (aka The Drinking Song) (2008) words and music Angelle Sheridan

"Let Me Say I Love You (One More Time)", "Never Make Your Mama Have the Blues" (2017), "Come Sleep in My Bed" (2010)  Angelle Sheridan

"That's What My Man is For" words and music by Bessie Griffin, made popular by Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett On Tour with Eric Clapton

"Someone Saved My Life Tonight" words and music by Elton John and Bernie Taupin

"You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth" words and music by Jim Steinman, made popular by Meatloaf

"Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" words and music by Joe Zawinul, made popular by Cannonball Adderly, then The Buckinghams

 

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The Muse spoke to Angelle at an early age. “Hey kids, let's put on a show!” was her childhood battle cry. For her first

“full production” she dragged her collection of Elton John songs over to the local recreation center and sang her favorite tunes to all she could gather that day. Angelle had asked her parents to get her a guitar for Christmas, but with a family of five, they could not afford one.

In spite of that, Angelle was soon composing her own words and melodies, collaborating with various other musicians and seeking out instrumental players to write music that fit her own songs, often borrowing guitars from her friends so she could take up the instrument on her own.

By fifteen, Angelle was making the front page of local entertainment newspapers, performing with her talented and trusted friend Jim Volk on guitar. One reporter would later publish a story with the headline “Waiting for a Nod from Lady Luck”.

Angelle's parents purchased her first guitar for her sixteenth birthday, and she began playing acoustic shows in small clubs all around her home state, later adding two, three or more musicians to her local bands, before leaving home to live in San Francisco busking as a street musician.

Angelle joined the classic rock band Wild Horses, whose Top-5 single “Funky Poodle” garnered the group national attention. She very much enjoyed her years with these veterans, playing to a wide variety of audiences, but also began recording her own acoustic material.

Next Angelle joined the group Dreamstreet, who opened for national acts, including Grand Funk Railroad and Humble Pie.

During the nineties, Angelle enrolled at the acclaimed John Carroll University, majoring in literary theory and philosophy.
She performed as Master of Ceremonies for the Ross Perot Presidential Campaign rally in Indianapolis, Indiana, which was broadcast on national television.
Since, she continues to work on various studio projects, producing and promoting a variety of events, including charity fundraisers and concerts, and still enjoys making a great show come off well, both behind the stage and on it.

Currently, Angelle lives in Los Angeles, California and is managed by Danny Sheridan of The Entertainment Organization.
Danny Sheridan, The Entertainment Organization, Los Angeles, California.