Websites mentioning Terry as Drummer/Composer/Producer/Arranger

Barry Miles

Will Lee


All Music Guide




Modern Drummer Blog

All About Jazz

Change/ B.B. & Q Band
(interview with Terry as the drummer on those recordings)

The Princeton Alumni Weekly 
(October 8, 1997 Terry Silverlight solo artist CD review)

Paiste Artists' New Releases

Mel Torme: A Chronicle of his Recordings, Books and Films
(listing Terry as the drummer on Mel's "A New Album". Later re-released as "Mel Torme with the Chris Gunning Orchestra")

International Who's Who In Popular Music
(with Terry's entry)

Best Jazz of 2010
(listing Terry as one of the year's best drummers for his drumming on the Manhattan Jazz Orchestra album, "Sing, Sing, Sing")

Jazz Forum Arts Performance

Terry Silverlight's Review of Diane Garisto's "Stoned Soul Picnic: The Music of Laura Nyro"

Review of Laura Nyro's "Mother's Spiritual" album mentioning Terry Silverlight as the drummer

Edgar Winter
(listing Terry's album, "WILD!!", that Edgar plays sax and sings on)

IMDB movie listings
(Terry's songs are in these films)

Marci X
with Lisa Kudrow and Damon Wayons
(Terry's song "Fruity Booty" is in this film)

THE SOPRANOS featuring Terry's songs

Maia Amada
(mentioning Terry as producer and songwriter on her albums)

Don Johnson
(mentioning Terry as the drummer on his album, "Heartbeat")

Marti Jones
(listing Terry as the drummer on her album "Match Game" )

JazzTimes review of Manhattan Jazz Orchestra album, "Hey Duke"
(mentioning Terry as the drummer)

Sandrine Lee Photography
(Sandrine took the photo on the cover of Terry's "WILD!!" album)

Tom Harrell

Francesco Beccaro with Savion Glover's "Solo In Time"
Mayo Arts
The Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Drum Factory (Bali-treasures)
(featuring Terry's albums "Wild!!" and "Diamond In The Riff")

Lehman College Jazz Festival
(Terry was a featured guest artist)

Marjorie Maye
(listing Terry as a co-writer)

Carolyn Leonhart 
(listing Terry as the drummer on her album "My Love Is Here" )

Bob Putignano's WFDU.FM "SOUNDS OF BLUE" radio show
(Terry has appeared as a guest)

Nikki Armstrong's WFDU.FM "ACROSS THE TRACKS" radio show
Playlist April 6, 2010
Playlist April 21, 2010




Drumming For Peace

John Gentry Tennyson
Listen to Terry playing drums on John's albums

REAL WORLD TRIO (featuring Terry, Randy Brecker, Dewey Redman)
Lena, Love On 19th St., Brooklyn Days, Pina's Dream, Naima, Strange Meeting, Family, The Last Goodbye

Angelita, Mi Rojita, L'Ultima Estrella, The Beauty of You, Giant Steps

John Gentry Tennyson "All About Jazz" article that mentions Terry

Terry, Eric Kloss, Kenny Barron, Vic Juris, Harvie S at The Village Gate in Manhattan 1976

Pamelar Sklar
(Powell Flutes)




Steve Pappaterra
(mentioning Terry as his drum teacher, and Terry writes a testimonial)

Tom Palmer
(mentioning Terry as his drum teacher)

Father Funk's drummer Dan Zegart
(mentioning Terry as his drum teacher)

Garey Williams
(mentioning Terry's book, "The Featured Drummer")

Jimm Hickey
(listing Terry as the drummer on his album)

Forrest Buchtel
(listing Terry as the drummer on his album)

Ronnie Gent

Steve Rudolph

Peter Dembski
(listing Terry as the drummer on his album)

The Global Jazz Network

The Jazz Network Worldwide

Logic Music/Spyros Poulos
(Terry writes a testimonial)

Art Verdi
(showcasing Terry's book, "The Featured Drummer")

Dan Britt
(Terry writes a testimonial)