Sheryl Davis, Founder

Music Landmarks Specialist

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Sheryl Davis is recognized as a “rising star,” “mover and shaker” and “innovator” in the historic preservation field through her efforts to create a new specialization focusing on the architectural legacy of American music history. Her self-designed and self-motivated formal education, independent research and project work illuminate her impassioned dedication to generating public awareness and stewardship of the places that define one of the United States’ greatest contributions to world culture – MUSIC! When thoughtfully preserved and activated as civic storytelling mediums, Sheryl believes that these cultural embassies provide the public with the most authentic, multi-sensory experience of revisiting and achieving an unmatched closeness with our collective musical past, introducing communities to new and exciting possibilities for economic, cultural and environmental sustainability.

Sheryl’s twin sister Sherry leverages a lifelong passion for the musical past and a vitae of interdisciplinary education and experience to inform her work as a music preservationist.

 

She enjoys operating in the field as a scholar-practitioner where her work has a direct impact on the relationship between music history and heritage and the general public.

 

Through writing and research, film, music landmark initiatives, exhibits, events, concerts and more, she creates accessibility, excitement and relevance in order to reach broader audiences and sustain their commitment as consumers, patrons, investors and volunteers. 

Sherry Davis

Music Preservationist

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