| Scott Andrew Terry|
| Red Wanting Blue|
| May 15, 1976 (age 39)
West Milford, New Jersey, United States (1976-05-15) |
Brooklyn, New York, US
Columbus, Ohio, US
Singer, songwriter, musician
Vocals, tenor guitar, baritone ukulele
Scott Terry (musician) Wikipedia
Scott Terry (born May 15, 1976) is an American songwriter and singer. Since 1996, he has fronted the Americana rock and roll band Red Wanting Blue. Terry is best known for passionate and often emotional live performances, autobiographical writing style and unique baritone singing voice.
Scott Terry was born in West Milford, New Jersey, and is the middle child of three sons born to a public school teacher and a local township government employee. In 1985, the Terry family moved to Moorestown, New Jersey. He started singing in choirs and a cappella groups throughout middle school and at Moorestown High School. Terry attended college at Ohio University and graduated, with honors, with a degree in Performance.
In 1996, while in college, Terry founded and formed the band Red Wanting Blue. He went on to travel and record with the band, performing nearly 200 shows a year.
Terry has written for and recorded 11 albums with Red Wanting Blue: Velveteen (1996), Image Trigger (1998), Model Citizen (2000), Sirens (2001), Souvenirs of City Life (2002), Pride: The Cold Lover (2004), The Warehouse Sessions (2006), These Magnificent Miles (2008 & re-release, 2010), From The Vanishing Point (2011), Little America (2014) and RWB20 Live at Lincoln Theater (2016).
From the Vanishing Point debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. and Little America debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and No. 31 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart.
Terry currently resides in Brooklyn, New York and travels often to Columbus, Ohio.