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  • "Oh Sherrie" is a song written by American singer Steve Perry, Randy Goodrum, Craig Krampf, and Bill Cuomo. It was recorded and released on Perry's Street
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  • Perry's Coming (1995) Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased (1998) Playlist: The Very Best of Steve Perry (2009) Oh Sherrie: The Best of Steve Perry (2010)
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  • Street Talk (category Steve Perry albums)
    Street Talk is Steve Perry's first solo album, released in April 1984. Street Talk contains Perry's biggest hit as a solo artist, "Oh Sherrie", written for
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  • features songs from Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister, Steve Perry, Poison and Europe, among other well-known rock bands. It was written
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  • Project. As a songwriter, his biggest hit was with Steve Perry's "Oh Sherrie" (co-written with Perry, Randy Goodrum, and Bill Cuomo), which peaked at #3
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  • Four Seasons "Oh Sherrie", a 1984 song written by Steve Perry, Randy Goodrum, Craig Krampf, and Bill Cuomo; and performed by Perry Sherry Palmer, a fictional
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  • Foolish Heart (song) (category Steve Perry (musician) songs)
    Heart" is a rock song written by Steve Perry, formerly of the band Journey, and Randy Goodrum, and was performed by Perry from his first solo album, Street
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  • Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (category Songs written by Steve Perry)
    screaming session," Cain recalled later. "Sherrie was giving Steve a very bad time about that girl." Perry had also just gotten his hair cut short, which
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  • Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased (category Steve Perry albums)
    is a greatest hits compilation released by American singer/musician Steve Perry in 1998. The album contains hits from his two solo albums Street Talk
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  • Icehouse "Cry" - Dragon "Wouldn't It Be Good" - Nik Kershaw "Oh Sherrie" - Steve Perry "Heaven (Must Be There)" - Eurogliders "Dance Hall Days" - Wang
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  • with lead singer Steve Perry. Session players Randy Jackson and Mike Baird played bass and drums, respectively, as Ross Valory and Steve Smith were fired
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  • others. "Oh Sherrie", written with Perry, Craig Krampf, and Bill Cuomo was #1 on the Billboard Rock Charts and the biggest hit of Perry's career as a
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  • Maudsley, Sherrie Hewson and Danny Walters all returned. Perry Benson, Charlotte Eaton and Alan David did not return. Julie Graham, Steve Edge, Bobby
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  • and backing vocals by Steve Perry of Journey. It reached number 26 on the Billboard adult contemporary charts in January 1985. Perry returned the favor by
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  • John April 21, 2014 20.7 Saved by Public Vote Live Top 10 "Oh Sherrie" Steve Perry April 28, 2014 22.10 Saved by Public Vote Live Top 8 "River
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  • and Tales from the Crypt. She starred in the 1991 NBC television movie Perry Mason and the Case of the Fatal Fashion as the devious daughter of Diana
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  • Alabama Jason Aldean Gary Allan Keith Anderson Rodney Atkins Sherrie Austin The Band Perry Jeff Bates Dierks Bentley Big & Rich Ryan Bingham Clint Black
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  • Christopher Ellison Steve Emerson Christopher Ettridge Roy Evans Barry Ewart Adam Faith Mark Farmer Ken Farrington Sally Faulkner Hilda Fenemore Perry Fenwick Janet
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  • 1967) Julian Austin (born 1963) Sherrié Austin (born 1970) Gene Autry (1907–1998) Autumn Hill Hoyt Axton (1938–1999) Steve Azar (born 1964) Barrett
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  • Remembrance.[citation needed]tv commercial for Stanton optical. Steve Perry "Oh Sherrie" (1984), Janet Jackson "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song
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