Cherryholmes Show ‘Common Threads’ Is More Than a CD Title
Cherryholmes' new album, 'Cherryholmes IV: Common Threads,' was released June 1, celebrated with a performance by the family band that night at the Grand Ole Opry. It was a fitting end to a long holiday weekend, as the siblings celebrated Memorial Day camping together near Cia Cherryholmes' Nashville-area house.
"We like to do stuff with the family," Skip Cherryholmes tells The Boot. "Mom and dad are included in that. We like to do almost everything together."
Not that the family members don't have individual lives. All the Cherryholmes children have moved out of the house, and Skip and his brother B.J. are each engaged to be married.
"The changes have made our relationships less as siblings and more as friends," B.J. explains. "We all visit and talk about real things. Now it's not just that everybody is in the same place, doing or seeing the same things. Everyone has different ideas and experiences they share, which really makes it kind of interesting ... In our music, too."
The Cherryholmes clan is currently on tour supporting 'Cherryholmes IV: Common Threads.' For complete tour dates, check the band's website.