Terry Gillespie is considered a forefather of the cultural dissemination of American music into Canada. Today his voice is frequently compared to Van Morrison and Bob Dylan while his guitar is reminiscent of Mark Knopfler. Richard Ludmerer, Vice-President, New York Blues and Jazz Society describes Gillespie’s music: ” Terry Gillespie possesses a magic that seems to occur right in the middle of each song. It’s what causes the hairs to rise on the back of your neck.”
Terry was accompanied by seasoned musicians Lyndell Montgomery and Wayne Stoute with special guest Peter Measroch formerly of The Luther Allison Band on piano.
Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick and his 12 string bass guitar featured in Vintage Guitar Magazine this month.
This photo was taken seconds before the stage collapsed at Ottawa Bluesfest in July of 2011.
Taryn, an Ottawa professional makeup artist, was an absolute pleasure to work with yesterday.
With her new website about to go live, a few headshot and portrait photographs of this stunning beauty were in order.