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Terry Garland
Born June 3, 1953 (1953-06-03) (age 56)
Johnson City, Tennessee, United States
Genres Blues
Occupations Guitarist, singer, songwriter
Instruments Guitar, vocals
Years active Late 1980s–present
Labels BMG/First Warning, Planetary, Silvermoon[1]
Website www.terrygarland.com

Terry Garland (born June 3, 1953, Johnson City, Tennessee, United States[2]) is an American blues guitarist, songwriter and singer. Allmusic journalist, Niles J. Frantz stated "Garland is country blues interpreter who plays a National steel guitar, often with a slide, in the style of Bukka White and Fred McDowell."[2]

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One of the more individual interpreters of the early styles of blues music, Garland re-concocts elements of Robert Johnson, Blind Willie McTell and Muddy Waters, whilst creating similar tracks of his own, such as "Good Time Blues", and the title track of The One to Blame (1996).[3] His two earlier albums were released on BMG/First Warning.[3]

The harmonica player, Mark Wenner, from The Nighthawks contributed to Garland's records.[3]

His most recent release was Whistling in the Dark, issued in 2006.[4]

Discography

  • Trouble in Mind (1991)
  • Edge of the Valley (1992)
  • The One to Blame (1991)
  • Out Where the Blue Begins (2001)
  • Whistling in the Dark (2006)

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