WELCOME TO TERRI NEW - SONG STYLIST & COMPOSER WEBSITE
COMING UP DECEMBER 12!
Terri New is an explosion of freshness, of dynamic vocal skill and great professionalism. This talented singer/songwriter is sure to impress. With a fresh soulful energy and attitude to jazz classics, elegant choices in material and phrasing, this woman is destined to be your new favorite jazz singer. From subtly nuanced ballads to soul drenched blues, the emotional power of Terri’s delivery is perfectly framed by the elegant simplicity of the arrangements of these classic melody-driven, lyrically-charged jazz standards. Her sultry, playful vocals can be heard on eclectic and an impressive range of tunes, varying from traditional jazz mixed with old-timey blues and originals. A modern stylistic mix of Ella Fitzgerald and Laura Nyro. The “New” Show is an intriguing collection of songs from the Great American Songbook that focuses on romantic love, life, hope and friendship. The tunes are beautifully arranged and performed, sung with refreshing directness, subtlety, and sensitivity to the lyrics.
ACCOLADES From Terri's Performances:
What a great performance you put on! - Bo Woods - Morning Host/Program Director KNOT-AM, Prescott. Fun Oldies AM1450/100.9FM at Great Circle Radio
We thought you were fabulous at our Talking Rock show. Let me know where you will be appearing next. We will be in your audience. ~ Judy
You are simply so very talented & gifted. Hope I can hear you again before long. ~ James Kimes
Loved the concert! Thanks again for calling last night's concert to our attention.....we loved it, especially YOUR part! Wow, obviously we had no idea you have such a fabulous voice! What a treat. - Karen Austermiller
Wow! What a fabulous quarterly Prescott Area Arts & Humanities Council membership event at Sharlot Hall Museum last night. Thanks to the incredible talent of songstress Terri New and ensemble the house was packed! There is no doubt that the public will continue to follow where our group of talented artistic members choose to go next. - Deb Thurston
Dear Terri, what can one say? You were delightful and the performance was so enjoyable! Your choice of song, your vocal inflections, and the words between the songs revealed your character and the joy of life! We were enriched by it and our holiday season began! Thank you. " - Betsy, Fred, and Nancy
"Terri, You were amazing; better than Barbara. We left inspired!" - Amy Champ
Enjoyed your vocals at Talking Rock. - Buddy Moeck, Pianist
"So enjoyed your performance on Thursday, I will certainly drop in for Acker Night." - Karen Churchill
"Terri: You and your associates made our evening wonderful! Can't begin to express my appreciation..........grand performance!!!!" - Muriel Haverland
"Dear Terri, You were BRILLIANT....thank you for a most enjoyable evening." - Yvette Winwood
"... I take this opportunity to tell you that we thoroughly enjoyed your performance last Thursday. I'm sure you know that your accompanying musicians are both keepers. I sensed that you were able to focus on your vocals almost 100.... I wish I had taken a few notes. As it is, I can't tell you which songs were merely enjoyable and which ones gave me goose bumps. "Autumn Leaves" was definitely in the latter category. I almost forgot to mention that your narrative added to the performance..., it transformed a group of songs into an almost theatrical whole. In a supper club it would help keep the audience engaged, rather than giving them permission to regard your efforts as mere background music. Please accept my congratulations on assembling such a polished, professional act. Yours truly, Dave Morefield
Amazing Performance of "Voices of the Velvet Revolution"
Terri, Your stunning performance for the Artist's Path inauguration was outstanding! You know your subject intimately by your personal travel to Czechoslovakia, studying history, passionately portraying a peaceful revolution of which the majority of we Americans have never heard, highlighting that pacificists make a difference, that arts and humanities are very powerful persuaders of needed change, and that a playwright can lead a new nation. The leaders of The Artists Path chose the best performers in the West to launch a peaceful revolution that will circle the globe many times. Your beautiful, trained voice moved all of us in the audience, your music writing was very powerful, and you showed a very intellectual, caring, and passionate aspect of the amazing woman that you are. We in the audience were treated to an extremely professional performance and we are so fortunate to have that experience in Prescott. - Artist, Katy Standhardt