Shannon Perry: Recording Artist
Shannon’s song that touched her mom before she passed away as well as thousands around the country
Most recently, Shannon’s rendition of “Til the Storm Passes By” was played on over 100 stations across the country, and used by several network television news organizations during Hurricane Harvey. But the song was never intended for the public to hear. It was her mother’s favorite, and Shannon recorded the song and played it by her mother’s bedside until her long, hard-fought battle with cancer came to an end just four days later. The response to this song at Shannon’s mother’s funeral was overwhelming. Shannon’s heartfelt, emotional vocals, combined with the piano stylings of 12-time Musician of the Year, Jeff Stice, breathed new life into a timeless classic.
Shannon adds, “I strive to write and sing songs that will penetrate the walls of the heart. Once the heart is opened, God moves on the chords of the life of the listener in miraculous ways.”
Shannon has also worked with Gordon Mote, a two-time winner of the Academy of Country Music’s top keyboard player award. She co-wrote songs on her CD, “The Real Thing,” with Lifeway’s Producer of the Year, Paul Marino. Shannon and Paul wrote the song “Overlooked,” featured on Shannon’s latest CD, In Her Shoes. The music video for “Overlooked” was directed by Telly Award-winning filmmaker Jeff Kubach whose credits include the hit television shows Survivor and Burn Notice.
Shannon with friend and two-time winner of the Academy of Country Music’s top keyboard player award, Gordon Mote
Shannon is one of the only speakers in the Christian industry who writes and performs original music for all her events.
Shannon with legend and mentor Lou Wills Hildreth.
Shannon Perry Videos
Shannon’s TV performance of “Keep Pressing On” written especially for her conferences
Shannon’s “Bad Hair Day” video is a hit as she teaches on finding balance and purpose in life
Shannon sings the “National Anthem” before 70,000 at the Houston Texans NFL game
Shannon reminds audiences everywhere that they are never “Overlooked”