Shorr is represented by CAA, Writerslist for publishing, Flood Bumstead Mc Cready & Mc Carthy for business management and Cassetty Entertainment for management.
She also chaired the Committee on Economic Security, established in 1934, which recommended the nationalization of unemployment and old-age insurance. delegation to the International Labor Organization conference, but soon returned to serve as a federal civil service commissioner until her retirement in 1952.
Thanks to her committed pursuit of this ideal, the Social Security Act was signed into law in 1935. She continued an active life of teaching and public speaking until her death in 1965, in New York City.
Shorr became a Sirius XM Highway Find, a CMT Artist Discovery and a Taste Of Country Critic’s Pick.
The singer-songwriter penned every original song on her EP, and one of only seven Taste Of Country “RISERS” artists for 2017.
She witnessed the historic Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire of 1911, which gave her desire for labor rights a new urgency.
Perkins served as secretary for the New York City Committee on Safety, which led a successful fight to pass 36 new state labor laws, including legislation that restricted the weekly hours for women and children and provided compensation for work-related injuries.
The youngest of six children, Shorr got her start on You Tube when Perez Hilton scouted her talent and tapped her as an opening act to the Backstreet Boys for his birthday party.
Taking extra coursework to graduate high school, Shorr moved to Nashville and took a gig selling hot dogs and cigarettes.
She graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a degree in chemistry and physics in 1902.
There, as part of her coursework, she visited local factories, thus beginning a lifelong interest in the problems of workers.