Born from passionate, talented singers, songwriters and musicians determined to bring true joy and embodiment into your musical experience. Audience interaction is one of Mustard Seed's attractions. It is obvious they love to entertain and bring you into their joy.
Suzie teaches “Embodied Singing” (dynamic and expression), sings alto and solos with the Mukilteo Presbyterian Church choir and is a recording studio vocalist.
At the age of 15, Sheri began her career in lounges throughout the Puget Sound Area. In 1985 Sheri placed 2nd in the Wrangler Country Showdown at the Grand Ole Opry and she used her $25,000 winnings to move to Nashville. There she quickly became a Nashville favorite singer/songwriter, playing prestigious venues such as the "Blue Bird Cafe" and "Nashville Palace". Sheri worked with many professionals throughout the mid-western and eastern states as well as Las Vegas. Opening shows for Billy Crash Craddock, Dilbert McClinton, Mickey Gilley, and T. Graham Brown. In 1990, Sheri recorded her original songs and produced an album titled “Good Night Texas”. Sheri's son John Harley is her pride and joy and is why she move back to Washington. We are glad to have her back! In Sheri's spare time, she works in medicine and as an online instructor for Seattle area colleges. She recently remixed and re-edited her original tunes and pressed a CD titled "Family Tree", a tribute to those she loves!