Terry Brock Band
Terry Brock’s first professional job in the music business was as a vocalist on the Kansas album Drastic Measures in 1983. He also toured with Kansas in support of that album and has worked with them on many other projects to date, including the band Seventh Key with Kansas bassist Billy Greer and featuring former Kansas violinist Robby Steinhardt. Interestingly enough, that year Terry also performed the LeRoux song "Addicted" with members Leon Medica and Tony Haselden at The Atlanta Music and Tennis Festival.
Later, Terry worked on albums for Johnny Van Zant (of Lynyrd Skynyrd) and Molly Hatchet, among others, and became the lead vocalist/songwriter in the band Network, which featured two members of LeRoux, guitarist Jim Odom and drummer David Peters. They recorded a track that can be found on the Millennium Edition of LeRoux’s CD, So Fired Up. The song, "Back In America," was originally recorded for the soundtrack to the movie "European Vacation" with Chevy Chase, and runs over the end credits.
Terry then toured extensively with The Steve Morse Band, and recorded two albums, Native Sons and Walk In The Fire, with his band Strangeways on BMG/RCA records.
He then relocated to New York City to work with famed producer Neil Kernon on bands such as Aviator, Britney Fox, Heaven’s Edge, and Bonham. While living in NYC, he also lent backing vocals to Michael Bolton’s albums Everybody’s Crazy; Time, Love and Tenderness; and Soul Provider; while still finding time to sing lead and backing vocals on over 100 national TV commercials!
Terry’s recent works include his solo CD, Back to Eden (title track co-written with LeRoux’s Jim Odom, "Fire On The Bayou"), Seventh Key’s latest 3 releases, including the live DVD/CD release. Live in Atlanta, and lead vocalist and co-writer on Streets and City Boy guitarist Mike Slamer’s solo CD, Nowhere Land.
Terry is thrilled to be playing with The Music Of The Eagles and absolutely loves performing with orchestra across the country.