Two New CDs! Both Appalachian!


I am so excited and proud to have two new CDs to share! One is Appalachian Summer, twelve Appalachian songs, recorded live from a concert I gave with Ardyth Gilbertson and Ralph Gordon this June at The Black Box in Shepherdstown, WV. Ralph's legendary bass pairs with my autoharp or piano as Ardyth and I sing these songs we have loved for so long. We are joined by Sally Schmidt for three Carter Family songs; our harmonies will be doubly appreciated by fans of the group we three were back in the 90's (Girls Having Fun - GHF). Check it out on the Terry Tunes page. Some of the tracks have introductions from the live performance, so if you just want to listen to clips of the music, click ">here and you'll be whisked away to CD Baby where you can download tracks or the whole CD, buy the CD or just listen to clips. You can listen to all the tracks in their entirety, introductions and all on the Terry Tunes page. Please return to the CD Baby page to write a review of the album. We will enjoy your comments. Thanks, Terry

Now for the Molasses CD, which was recorded in London, England by our friend, Michael Klein with a single hanging mic - no overdubs, no mixing, just straight up as it happened. This CD really rocks if I may be so bold. Our Irish friend Will Killeen is an awesome guitarist and he drives the songs with his leads, slide guitar, banjo, harp, vocals. Freya Hogue's rhythm guitar and 12-string and her powerful vocals, my autoharp and vocals, Erika Eigen's vocals, pianist/composer friend David Stoll's bass and back-up vocals and all of our harmonies make a delicious variety and sound.

Freya, Erika and I were the band, "Sunforest", reunited here and jamming again. Check out "Woke Up This Mornin'" for an example of our blend. Will's vocals lead the more gritty folk blues songs and fiddle tune songs.

All the tracks can be heard on Terry Tunes, or click here to go straight to CD Baby, download, buy or hear sample clips.

Again, please write your review on the CD Baby page. It can be as short or as long as you want. Thanks, Terry 


For details of our Community Christmas Caroling event Sunday, Dec. 16, see the Calendar page.


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