are many singer-songwriters on the folk circuit today. Some can
sing and some can write
but few do both well. Terri Allard
is one of the few. Highly recommended. "
Terri Allard isn't a star by the time you read this, then you're
reading just a little too fast. Hers is the authentic voice of
country music - a mixture of wry wit and melancholy, independence,
grit and hope."
Bannon, Producer, NPR's "Whad'Ya Know?" with Michael
songs address the universal themes of love and loss with unusual
grace and soul
tender and reflective but never self-indulgent.
Allard's smoky alto and songwriting are distinctive enough to
suggest she'll have no problem making her own mark in the country-pop
circles given half a chance."
received the Terri Allard release [Makes No Sense] and I am playing
it every week. It is a superb CD."
Warren, WFMT Radio, "Midnight Special" and "Folkstage",
lyrical maturity and vocal presence establish her as several cuts
above the crowd of talented musicians working in the singer songwriter
Change and Spare Parts" is a breakthrough album for Terri
She's finally unleashed that big singer we all suspected was lurking
inside her small frame. Her band delivers tight, punchy accompaniment,
the songs show a real maturity in her writing, but it's her voice
that gets center stage. Fasten your seat belts, put your tray
tables up and prepare to take off!"
McCutcheon, Rounder Recording Artist and 4 time Grammy Nominee
one sold-out show to the next, Terri Allard's audiences are hooked
and won't let go. Her songs tug at your heart, her performances
touch your soul, her latest recording cries out to be played over
Goldstein, Manager/Agent, Consultant, Author "How To Be Your
Own Booking Agent and Save Thousands of Dollars"
Allard is one of those precious few singer/songwriters who is
both ready-for-the-radio and right-for-the-listening room."
Folk Musical Magazine
the petite singer/songwriter demonstrated repeatedly
voice can be the most captivating of musical instruments - a voice
of beauty that can soothe, entertain, mesmerize, and entice with
Hoyt, "Common Threads" WAER Radio, Syracuse, NY
better pay attention to Terri Allard."
Fullington, Publisher, Music Reviews Quarterly, Arden, NC