Valerie Shearman is known on the Canadian music scene for her full bodied evocative vocals. A staple at adult contemporary radio and with three albums to her credit, Valerie continues to cross musical genre between Hot A/C, Rock and New Country. The current EP "Broken" reaches back to her rock n roll roots for a collection of power ballads in the spirit of Heart and Sheryl Crowe.
For the EP "Broken" Valerie called on the services of well-known Toronto players including Sasha Tukatsch (Platinum Blonde), Juno award winning singer/songwriter Errol Starr, Canadian Idol's Zack Werner and singer/songwriter Richard McCue.
Valerie is a performing staple at public events, celebrations and shows. She's appeared on The Sick Kids Telethon, the Toronto Police Games at the Rogers Center and on Canada Day at Stan Wadlow Park, 3 years in a row. This spring she will be part of the Youth Day concert at Dundas Square on July-24th.
Valerie Shearman continues to enjoy a positive and supportive relationship with the rock'n'roll sector of the Canadian music scene, as did her late husband Buzz Shearman of MOXY. Shearman says she derives musical inspiration from her late husband and if the sound of "Broken" is any indication, she's doing the Shearman legacy proud.
Valerie and the DREAMCATCHERS is Valerie Shearman’s collaboration of great musicianship by MICHAEL RICHMOND, SHANE WISEMAN, MARK MATHEWS.
Great sounds were emerging once this band jammed together. Listen out for Songs Like “Zaffrey, Spirited Lady, and How do I“
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