Sheila Marie came into the world on October 31,1966 as the youngest of seven children. Influenced at an early age by her family's love of music, she started singing. Her first musical adventure was at age 4, singing, "Ashes of Love". At age 9, she recorded her first single, "How Far Is Heaven" with her mother, (known as Lisa Lee.) Sheila sang occasionally with her Uncle's band, "Danny Darren and the Drifting Cowboys".
Throughout school, Sheila remained active in chorus and musical activities, determined to be college bound for a career in journalism. Three months into college, bitten by the music bug, she joined another Uncle's band, "The Bobby Darren Country Show", with whom she's been with for the past 21 years. Featured as soloist, duet partner, and back-up, Sheila's talents range from traditional country to today's contemporary, with a love for songs featuring harmony.
In August of 1987, she performed with "Faron Young Show". In 1989, she was awarded "First Runner Up" in the GMC Country Showdown. January 1994, Sheila recorded a song she penned "Hanging My Heart on the Line" as well as a duet "Send a Message to My Heart".
Summer of 2002, Sheila had the pleasure and honor of a personal invitation to the Rhonda Vincent birthday bash at the "Ernest Tubb Record Shop" in Nashville, Tenneessee. She, along with "The Bobby Darren Country Show", performed a few songs along with Rhonda and her band.
Musical influences are Liz Anderson, Loretta, Reba, Merle Haggard and Bill Monroe to name a few, but the most respected was, and still is, her lovely Grandmother Margaret Solberg, and her husband Isaac who performed as the "Vagabond's" playing guitar and mandolin along with their great harmony back in the 20's, 30's and 40's.
In her spare time she enjoys country crafts, fishing, biking and going to movies.
Sheila is presently performing with "The Bobby Darren Country Show".