Richmond Times-Dispatch reviewer Bill Craig says of Terri's album
"Makes No Sense"

"No losers here. Allard's mastered the art of the Americana ballad...she wraps up her emotions in truly attractive acoustic melodies. Allard's most potent weapon is her voice, a sultry combination of sweetness and grit."
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Washington Post

Dirty Linen Magazine reviews
"Loose Change & Spare Parts"

On her third release, Terri Allard continues to grow both as a songwriter and a singer. A pair of thoughtful takes on the modern love ballad, "Lifeline" and "I Don't Want to Know," open and close the disc.read entire review...

Dirty Linen

Rambles reviewer Michael Gasser says of Terri's album
"Loose Change & Spare Parts"

Listening to Allard's lyrics on Loose Change and Spare Parts, you will realize immediately the one thing that sets her apart from the bulk of artist in the same field: she writes lyrics that are not easily categorized. She manages to pen humorous songs just as well as songs about lost souls. read entire review...

Rambles

Philadelphia Inquirer reviewed Terri at the Philadephia Folk Festival
"Loose Change & Spare Parts"

Virginia's Terri Allard shares ... sense of craft and rhythmic drive, but delivers a fuller, more commercial sound on "Loose Change and Spare Parts"... read entire review...

Washington Post

Fort Collins Coloradoan reviewer Tim Van Schmidt says of Terri's album
"Loose Change & Spare Parts"

On her recent independent release "Loose Change and Spare Parts" Allard defines the Americana sound over the course of 11 tracks. That means taking guitar oriented songs and spicing them up with decidedly American musical influences including .. blues, folk, pop, jazz and, most certainly, country.read entire review...

Washington Post reviewer Mike Joyce says of Terri's album
"Rough Lines"

Tender and reflective but never self-indulgent, Allard's songs-and her expressive voice-often glow in this intimate setting.
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The Washington Post said of Terri's self titled debut album
"Terri Allard"

On her self-titled debut album, she mixes poignant balladry and boot-kickin' honky-tonk in a manner that's sometimes reminiscent of Mary Chapin Carpenter. read entire review...