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Terry Silverlight

Terry Silverlight has contributed his musical talents as a leader, songwriter, composer, producer, arranger, drummer, author and educator to projects in almost every style and facet of the music business. Terry Silverlight began his recording career at the age of 14 when he played drums on his brother Barry Miles's album, WHITE HEAT, regarded as a pioneering landmark in the history of jazz/rock fusion music. Terry's college education was at Princeton University. Since then as a drummer, he has performed all over the world and recorded on gold/platinum albums and hit singles for Billy Ocean, George Benson, Natalie Merchant, Freddie Jackson, Stephanie Mills, Tom Jones, Laura Nyro, Anne Murray, Mel Torme, Jennifer Holliday, Phil Woods, The Fania All -Stars, The CTI All-Stars, Jonathan Butler

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News: Recording

Vibraphonist-composer Dave Shank Assembles Veteran Crew For His Latest Swinging Quintet Offering, "Soundproof"

Vibraphonist-composer Dave Shank Assembles Veteran Crew For His Latest Swinging Quintet Offering, "Soundproof"

On Soundproof (to be released September 27th by Rhombus Records), vibraphonist Dave Shank showcases ten new compositions that feature the highly interactive, swinging interplay of a stellar quintet comprised of bassist John Patitucci, pianist Barry Miles, drummer Terry Silverlight and saxophonist Mike Migliore. From start to finish, Shank and his veteran crew exhibit a remarkable chemistry ...

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News: Performance / Tour

Terry Silverlight at the Bitter End in NYC on April 20th

Terry Silverlight at the Bitter End in NYC on April 20th

TERRY SILVERLIGHT Band Tuesday April 20, 2010 One show at 9:30 pm The Bitter End 147 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012 212-673-7030 Terry Silverlight - drums and original music Will Lee - bass (Late Show with David Letterman band) Barry Miles - keyboards ...

Album

Diamond In The Riff

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
Track listing: Nature Drum; Boulevard; Diamond In The Riff; Nothing Like Today; The Velvet Room; Do It; Monkey Dance; Tom Boy; Plaza Mexico; For The Rest Of My Life; Earth Blues; Freetom; PT, Eye Of The Beholder; Vinyl Song.

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Article: Album Review

Terry Silverlight: Diamond In The Riff

Read "Diamond In The Riff" reviewed by Douglas Payne


Drummer Terry Silverlight's interesting and varied career dates back to his first session on brother Barry Miles' highly-regarded album White Heat (Mainstream, 1971), when he was only 14. He's since gone on to frequently high-profile gigs with Mel Torme, George Benson, David Matthews, Phil Woods, Tom Jones, Roberta Flack and many others as well as appearances ...

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News: Recording

Terry Silverlight's New CD, "Diamond in the Riff"

Terry Silverlight's New CD, "Diamond in the Riff"

Showcasing his drumming and original compositions, Terry Silverlight re-unites with pianist/composer/jazz-fusion pioneer Barry Miles, bassist extraordinaire Will Lee, and David Mann, Aaron Heick, Glenn Alexander, Tabitha Fair, Lew Soloff, Bob Malach, Larry Farrell, Allan Molnar. Don't miss this long awaited Terry Silverlight Band performance celebrating the CD's release! Joining Terry will be pianist/composer/jazz-fusion pioneer Barry Miles, ...

Album

Terry Silverlight

Label: CEI Cymekob
Released: 1998

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Article: Album Review

Terry Silverlight: Terry Silverlight

Read "Terry Silverlight" reviewed by Douglas Payne


Drummer Terry Silverlight was first heard on brother Barry Miles's White Heat album in 1971 when he was only 14 years old. The two have worked together steadily since. But Silverlight has also logged many miles as rhythm man on jazz dates (Mel Torme, Eric Kloss, Phil Woods), fusion records (George Benson, Jonathon Butler, ...


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