Terry’s career started during the fabulous sixties in London where he worked with many acts including The Troggs, Moody Blues, Spencer Davis, the Who, Barbara Streisand, Donovan, Dusty Springfield, Procul Harum, Traffic – and the list goes on.
Later, after building the first 24 track studio in Canada he recorded April Wine, Motherlode, Michel Pagliaro, The Stampeders, Crowbar, produced eleven Rush albums including the triple platinum albums 2112 and Moving Pictures, three Klaatu albums, one of which inspired The Carpenters to record their huge hit ‘Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft’. Max Webster was also in the mix; the album ‘High Class’ being a timeless classic of Toronto’s progressive culture and encouraging Terry to pursue a more progressive rock genre which would later include Fates Warning, Tiles and FM.
All this while keeping his ‘pop chops’ honed, evident in top ten hits for Cutting Crew,”I just Died in your Arms” and Blue Rodeo’s “Try”.
Terry has been producing rock band Blurred Vision for the last two years. Since joining forces they have gone viral, been labelled an international phenomenon, been covered in Rolling Stone and Billboard magazine, received the
backing of Rock legends and now are gearing up to release their debut album in 2012.
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