Music has a way of lifting your spirits.
Just ask Jere and Sandy Cherryholmes.
In 1999, their oldest daughter, Shelly, 20, died in her sleep from respiratory failure.
To cope with the loss, Jere, a carpenter for the Los Angeles County school system and Sandy, who was homeschooling their children, Cia, B.J., Skip and Molly Kate, took the family to a nearby bluegrass festival.
There – while listening to Jim & Jesse and the Virginia Boys – the Cherryholmes found healing.
They also found inspiration and a new calling on their lives.