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Cosy Sheridan (The Kennedy Center)

Cosy Sheridan

Cosy Sheridan was a voice student at The Berklee School of Music in the late '80s and also a guitar student of the master fingerstyle guitarists Guy Van Duser and Eric Schoenberg. She has been described as a combination of Mary Chapin Carpenter, Dr. Ruth and Deepak Chopra. Sheridan has garnered top honors from the countryÆs most prestigious songwriting contests: the Kerrville Folk FestivalÆs NewFolk Award, The Telluride Bluegrass FestivalÆs Troubador Award, and the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Songwriting Showcase Award. She has five CDs on the Waterbug and WindRiver/Folk Era record labels.

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