New “Sherry Anne’s Life Talk” Series Offers Inspiration for Facing Real-Life Challenges

Utica, N.Y. The new “Sherry Anne’s Life Talk” series, produced in upstate New York and posted with free access on YouTube, offers help for real-life struggles. Segments feature inspirational conversation, deeply personal stories, singing, and encouragement from award-winning, Billboard-charting singer-songwriter Sherry Anne and her mother Sharon LaBella, a registered nurse, pastoral counselor, and former “His Hope for Your Life” radio show co-host.

Early episodes have featured tips for managing COVID-19 isolation to overcoming brokenness caused by any number of life circumstances. The series also includes healthy living and cooking episodes and will feature special guests.

“‘Sherry Anne’s Life Talk’ is designed to encourage viewers to find a new perspective for overcoming any challenge and to find joy in living no matter the circumstances. The acronym for the show is SALT and we hope this new, freely-accessible resource will bring fresh seasoning into viewers’ lives,” said Sherry Anne.

Sherry Anne, who was born with bilateral hearing and speech impairment; today sings with an elegant voice and inspires concert and conference audiences with her story of overcoming physical, emotional, and social challenges. She has recently published two children’s adventure books: “How Are Ya, Arya?” and “Quiet Wyatt is a Riot” and was named a HearStrong Champion.

For more information, video, and sound clips, and to subscribe to “Sherry Anne’s Life Talk,” visit

Courtesy of Sherry Anne Ministries