New "Red Hot Salsa" Style Added

Singer/songwriter Dave Sheriff wrote “Red Hot Salsa” in 1997. Upon release, the number rapidly became well known and very popular with the line dance fraternity. This and many of his other country music numbers have been recorded on his own record label, ‘Stomp Music Records’ and a number of these were recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.

Sheriff was born in Doverdale, Worcestershire, England in 1945 and raised in a rural background as his father was a gamekeeper. He worked many clubs during his career and appeared on national TV. He also worked as a session musician, often appearing in backing bands for visiting musicians. In the 80’s, he appeared in the TV soap opera Emmerdale Farm, as Whispering Fred Jones. As his career developed, Sheriff moved squarely into the country music genre. He has appeared at the ‘Grand Ole Opry’ and Porter Wagoner made a special guest appearance on one of his albums.

You will find this new style in under our 'Keyboard Software' section. Just look for your instrument brand (Yamaha, Korg, Ketron or Roland) and the 'Single Styles' section!