Sherry Bryce

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Sherry Bryce
OriginDuncanville, Alabama, USA[1]
GenresCountry
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1971–1977
LabelsMGM/Curb
Associated actsMel Tillis
 
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Sherry Bryce
OriginDuncanville, Alabama, USA[1]
GenresCountry
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1971–1977
LabelsMGM/Curb
Associated actsMel Tillis

Sherry Bryce (born in Duncanville, Alabama) is an American country music artist. Between 1971 and 1977, she charted fifteen times on the Billboard country singles charts, including seven duets with Mel Tillis. Their highest-charting duet was 1971's "Take My Hand" at No. 8. They were also nominated in 1974 at the Country Music Association awards for Duo of the Year.[2] At the time, both she and Tillis were signed to MGM/Curb Records, and she recorded two duet albums with him. Bryce released six solo singles on the label and two solo albums but none of the singles reached higher than No. 45. Bryce also recorded briefly for MCA and Pilot Records in 1976 and 1977, owning the latter label with her husband, Mack Sanders.[1]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

YearTitleUS CountryLabel
1971Living and Learning (with Mel Tillis)29MGM
1973Treat Me Like a Lady
1974Let's Go All the Way Tonight (with Mel Tillis)22
1975This Song's for You

Singles[edit]

YearTitleChart PositionsAlbum
US Country[1][3]
1973"Leaving's Heavy on My Mind"64Treat Me Like a Lady
1974"Don't Stop Now"45
"Treat Me Like a Lady"62
"Oh, How Happy"70
1975"Love Song"96This Song's For You
1976"Hang On Feelin'"97
"Everything's Coming Up Love"93singles only
1977"The Lady's Ain't for Sale"79

Duets with Mel Tillis[edit]

YearTitleChart Positions[1]Album
US CountryUS BubblingCAN Country
1971"Take My Hand"81015Living and Learning
"Living and Learning"916
1972"Anything's Better Than Nothing"38
1973"Let's Go All the Way Tonight"2663Let's Go All the Way Tonight
1974"Don't Let Go"1117
1975"You Are the One"1446
"Mr. Right and Mrs. Wrong"32

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Whitburn, Joel (2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc. p. 68. ISBN 0-89820-177-2. 
  2. ^ Stambler, Irwin; Grelun Landon; Lyndon Stambler (2000). Country Music: The Encyclopedia. Macmillan. p. 486. 
  3. ^ "Billboard charted singles". Mike Curb official website. Retrieved 2008-04-01.