The album's release on iTunes emulates the feat of fellow prop and former Celebrity X-Factor contestant Matt Stevens, whose version of the 'The Gambler' became England's unofficial 2007 World Cup song.
But those hoping for a Red Rose boyband - alongside keen guitarist Jonny Wilkinson and pianist Joe Worsley - will be disappointed as the Sale powerhouse insists he has no plans to swap the pitch for the stage to belt out songs 'Let it all go' and 'It's only you' just yet.
"Whilst I was injured I obviously had a lot of time on my hands, and it was my wife (Siwan) who got in touch with Cotyso Studios in Manchester," said Sheridan, who sings and plays guitar on the album.
"We started off just recording ten acoustic tracks with just guitar and vocals, and from that started to develop it slightly.
"We put some piano and drums in on some of the tracks, and just started to mix it. Then we thought: should we get it mastered?
"So then we ended up with the final CD, which was just a personal thing really. And then a few people said: 'Well why don't you put it on iTunes?'
"It's a folky, country sound. I suppose I've been influenced by people like James Taylor and John Denver from years back, and David Gray and other singer-songwriters coming right through to today.
"It took quite a long time and I was pleased that I've got a CD that a lot of work has gone into. It's a great little keepsake, and if anyone else likes it too, then great.
"But rugby will always be the main thing and hopefully I've got a few more years left in me yet."