Indigenous Country Music Rocker from Edmonton Alberta
Jerry Sereda is an Indigenous country boy who was born in Manitoba, and grew up working the farm, and playing guitar. After releasing two albums which gave him multiple #1 songs on the Indigenous Music Countdown, as well as nominations at the Indigenous music awards, Western Canadian Music Awards for Best Album and Single, he moved to Edmonton to continue his writing and recording with fellow Albertan Troy Kokol. With two new releases to country radio Jerry is putting the finishing touches on his new project for release in 2020.
Jerry's style of singing has been compared to "Garth Brooks, and Tim McGraw" (Grassroots News), and he continues to "expand his fan base with his upbeat rhythms and commanding stage presence" (Winnipeg Sun).