"Meg Ryan" (the song) getting airplay on a demo mp3 recording!
Playlist, Scandinavia To San Diego, Saturday, 5 May, 2007
91.7 FM "UConn's Radio For The People"
Passing Through - Catie Curtis
Buddha Behind The Wheel - Fred Small
West Virginia Friend - Holly Near
A Better Place To Be - Harry Chapin
Green Eyes - Misty River
Cup of Coffee - John McCutcheon
Ryan - Terry Kelly
Wild Irish Rose - George Jones
The "W" Song - Ted Blackwell
There Will Never Be Another You - Rick Jones
Tampa Radio Appearance
Playlist for "Florida
Folk" (Jan. 15, 2004) Hosted by "Sunset Beach" Pete Gallagher and Bobby
Hicks (with "Hollywood" Dave).
1. Cool Bus
Riders "Withlacoochee Rag" Just Arrived
2. Terry Kelly "Hurricane Town" Below The Northern
3. Jim Ballew "Don't Tell Mama" Roll On Manatee
4. Ashley Gang "The Fisherman" Doing Time
5. Mike Runion "Barely Awake" Dust Me
6. Scotty Jogwick "She's Still An Angel" Steppin' On
7. Terry Kelly "When I Was A Dog" Kool Beanz
8. Bobby Hicks "Condo/Hurricane" I'm Florida
9. Rod MacDonald "The Aucilla River Song" Into The Blue
10. Pat Barmore "Florida" Flatwoods
11. Terry Kelly "Crossing Two Rivers" Below The Northern
12. Terry Kelly "Sunday Rain" Below The Northern
Thanks Pete, Bobby, Pat, and everybody at Ka' Tiki in Sunset Beach
for a great evening of Florida folk music.
Across America still available for download at cdbaby.com. Just click on the album cover below and thanks.
Press Quotes and Otherwords
"Terry's a Great Songwriter." -Fred Migliore, "FM
Odyssey" WFIT, 89.5 FM, National Public Radio from Florida Tech in Melbourne, FL.
"Heart felt folk from the eastern wilds of Florida." -Mike Runion
"Outstanding Songs." -Radio
"Damned Good." -Ray Swennen,
"Roots Revival" Radio ATL, Belgium.
"Great Folk. My Cat Even Likes It. I'll be playing several
tracks on my programme."
"Sunday Folk" BBC
Radio 2, U.K.
"A Fine and Natural Sound. Great Music."
Radio EVW, Germany.
"American Folk at its Best."
-Ray Pieters, Radio MILO, Belgium.
"Great Web Site." -Dan Beach, Studio
8H, New York, NY.
"A gifted performer." -Melanie Velasik, (Florida
Today Newspaper, Melbourne, FL)
"I'm a big fan!" -Shana
Smith, (Tampa singer/songwriter and a true Florida treasure).
"I'm a big fan too! Hey . . wait! did you say Terry Kelly?" -Magda Hiller,
(Extraordinary Florida singer-songwriter).
"Terry's one of the best! He's the perfect coffeehouse performer and damn funny too!" -Java John Goldacker, "On the Flip-Side" WFIT, 89.5 FM (Saturday at 6 PM) and former owner with wife Jen of Kool
Beanz Coffeehouse, Cocoa
"Move to Nashville?" -Mickey Harris (John Hammonds'
Office, Columbia Records, New York City, 1987).
"Thanks for the beer! You need to play at Kerrville."
(The great New York folk singer-songwriter and journalist, now based
in South Florida).
"Take out the garbage when you go!" -Ex-fiancee
(Valdosta, Georgia, 1985).
Original, Old School, Folk-Rock and Roots with a Sense of Humor, from Central Florida's Space Coast, USA
"America's" Terry Kelly
"Terry, please know that your involvement in our City’s remembrance and renewal efforts is appreciated."
Michael R. Bloomberg
Lavin and Mary Travers (2008)
Another folk singer . . . just what you need!
Terry Kelly is a
former New York City area, (by way of Georgia and Illinois) folk/rock singer-songwriter/journalist and artist,
currently living in Eastern Central Florida.
In 2001 he self-released his debut 'Across America' album, which has
received airplay on folk and roots public radio programs in North
America and Europe. His music has been downloaded thousands of times from all over the globe on sites like iTunes and amazon.com. Terry's songs have been featured along with artists
like Ralph McTell, Kate Rusby, Richard Thompson, Billy Bragg, Nanci
Griffith, Woody and Arlo Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen, and Bob Dylan on the BBC Radio 2, in the U.K.
Fred Migliore, the host of public radio's nationally syndicated "FM
Odyssey" program says, "Terrys a great songwriter
and great guitarist. Hes performed live on our program several
times now and you will be hearing much more of his music on this show
in the future. His songs have that sound like you used to hear back when we were growing up, like for me back home in New York. Nice stuff . . very nice. Live here in the studio . . sounds wonderful . . great music."
You can listen to Fred's amazing FM Odyssey show locally every Sunday morning from 10 AM to 1 PM at 89.5 FM on radio station WFIT from the campus of Florida Tech in Melbourne,FL and streaming on the web all over the world and maybe the Universe at wfit.org.
"Terry Kelly is a great performer. Hes a real crowd pleaser!"
According to Melanie Velasik, Florida Today (Newspaper) in Melbourne, FL.
"His song about living a former life as a dog, "When I was
a Dog" (The Dog Song) has the audience barking, laughing, and
cheering, all at the same time! Very Funny!"
He is currently in the home studio recording several new songs and a few old ones with the desire to finally put out a "rockin' folk and blues" album and bring about world peace . . as always.
"Great Folk! My cat even likes it!" Genevieve Tudor,
"Sunday Folk," BBC Radio 2, U.K.
For booking or CD information, please e-mail.
Terry Opens a Very Special Annie Humphrey Concert!
Saturday, June the 8th, 2002, Terry had the great honor to open
for one of America's most important and talented new singer-songwriters,
when Annie Humphrey
made a surprise visit to the central Florida area, where she performed
a very special concert for nationally syndicated broadcast on
Public Radio's "FM Odyssey" program, hosted by Fred
Performing a great new song called "Edge of America" and
several "classics" from her debut "The Heron Smiled"
album, Annie was, quite simply, brilliant. "She is an amazing
artist and a wonderful human being" says Migliore, who has
featured Ms. Humphrey on his program for the past two years. "She
is probably the most popular performer we've ever had on the show
and tonight's concert will only add to her growing reputation. She
is remarkable" added Migliore.
and David Crosby
have also been impressed by Annie. A featured artist at Browne's "Verde
Valley School Music Festival" in Sedona, AZ, she has made
fans of fellow artists from Browne and Crosby to Bruce Cockburn and
the Indigo Girls. And, thanks to her exposure on radio programs like
her message of hope and a better life for Native Americans is being
heard loud and clear by intelligent listeners eager for music with
lyrics of substance, truth, and deeper meaning for a change.
She is currently working on a new album and, if her new song "Edge
of America" is any indication, Annie Humphrey is on the edge
of a brilliant and very important music career. More importantly,
her songs could help to change the world and it's definitely a world
that needs to change!
Questions or Comments? e-mail
Some Links For a Better World: surfrider,
Harvest Food Bank, Freedom Forum,
Viet Nam Vets, Verde
Preservation Society, Sierra
the Music, Earth
Homeless Coalition, Greenpeace,
Red Cross (just to name a few).
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