Herrick is an American alternative country band composed of Donna Herrick (lead vocals and mandolin), husband Kerry Herrick (vocals and bass), Jefferson Rogers (lead guitar), and Jeff Bradshaw (drums and percussion).
Herrick's first full length album, New Dance was released in April 2002. It was produced by Herrick, Buddy Cannon and Michaell Bonagura of Baillie & the Boys. Their debut single, "[Do You Love Me", written by Kerry and Donna Herrick, was released April 8, 2013. #18 Media base Chart and in In June of 2013, it reached #78 on the MusicRow Charts, giving Herrick their first MusicRow Breakout charting position.
Tours and appearances
Herrick tours over 100 shows a year and has opened for acts such as Kenny Chesney, Jamey Johnson, Hank Williams Jr., Miranda Lambert, Zac Brown Band, Train, Emmylou Harris, George Jones, Tim McGraw, Marty Stuart, Blackhawk, Faith Hill, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, and The Bellamy Brothers.
Awards and achievements
In 2012 Herrick won their first Independent Music Award for Best Country Song ("Cry Memphis").
In 2013 Herrick was awarded a Bronze Telly Award for the music video for "Do You Love Me" in the Internet/Online Video-Music Video category Also in 2013, Herrick partnered with ChildFund International on their national tour. Herrick has been nominated for two Americana Music Awards.
- 2010 Herrick Live (EP)
- 2012 New Dance
- 2013 "Do You Love Me (Herrick song)|Do You Love Me"
- 2013 "Pain in My Heart"
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