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Cherryholmes In early 2005, they signed with Skaggs Family Records (owned by musician Ricky Skaggs). Their first release with Skaggs Family earned their first of five Grammy nominations. In the fall of 2005, they were the first bluegrass band to be nominated for both IBMA Emerging Artist of the Year and IBMA Entertainers of the Year. They took home IBMA Entertainers of the Year, the top award.
Cherryholmes On January 12, 2011, Cherryholmes announced that they would disband, saying that the younger members needed to choose their own paths without the extreme interdependence that exists in a family business.
Cherryholmes Shelly, the twenty-year-old daughter of Jere and Sandy Lee, died unexpectedly in March 1999. In April, Jere and Sandy Lee took the family to a local bluegrass festival, after which they and their children started learning to play bluegrass music. Jere already played electric bass and acoustic guitar. Sandy played many instruments including guitar, piano, and some fiddle and mandolin. Cia, 15, began learning guitar. B.J., 11, and Molly, 7, began the fiddle. Skip, 9, began the mandolin. Jere switched to upright bass and Sandy took the mandolin.
Cherryholmes Cherryholmes toured Switzerland, France, Japan, the United Kingdom, Canada, the Maritimes, and the Caribbean. They performed regularly on the Grand Ole Opry. During their career, they received five Grammy nominations and a Dove Award nomination. Their songs appeared on Gaither Music CDs and DVDs. They have appeared on various PBS specials including the award-winning Bluegrass Underground. In March 2006 their story was featured in a Billy Graham Television special.
Cherryholmes Cherryholmes performed their last show together on May 7, 2011 in Galax, Virginia. Cia, B.J., Skip, and Molly went on to pursue individual careers.
Cherryholmes Cherryholmes was an American bluegrass band from Los Angeles, California, made up of six members of the Cherryholmes family: father Jere (Pop), mother Sandy Lee, daughters Cia Leigh and Molly Kate, and sons B.J. and Skip.
Cherryholmes They turned professional in 2000. In 2002, they sold their home, purchased a 26-foot travel trailer, and took their show to audiences in the Midwest and the East. They earned enough in the first year to buy their first tour bus. In spring of 2003, they went to Nashville, Tennessee to make their first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry.
Cherryholmes In 2014, the band reunited for a performance on 26 September 2015 at the Outer Banks Bluegrass Island Festival in Manteo, North Carolina.
Cherryholmes However, the last days of the festival were canceled due to weather. Four band members - Skip, Cia, Jere, and Sandy - were scheduled to perform a "Cherryholmes & Friends" replacement show at a nearby coffee house.
Cherryholmes They began playing in April; in July they auditioned, and were hired, for their first gig at Oak Tree Village, Oak Glen in the San Bernardino Mountains. From then they played regularly as amateurs at bluegrass venues and festivals throughout southern California and Arizona.