Terry Gillespie has been called a musical Shaman, Canada’s King of Roots Music and Mr.
Groove for good reason – his live performances are fascinating, entertaining and captivating in a
way that allows the audience to pay attention and not be distracted from the music by egotistical showmanship and maniacal guitar playing. He is both charismatic and soulful. His guitar is tasteful, his vocals beautifully phrased. Those in attendance at Terry Gillespie shows are part of the show, with each audience member an integral part of the music.
Gillespie recently released his newest musical offering, Bluesoul, to extensive International airplay and reviews. On ‘BLUESOUL’ his eclectic musical taste has honed in on a distinctive highbred body of intelligent material, resulting in his first, long awaited ‘all blues’ release. “Like Mark Knopfler, JJ Cale or JB Lenior, he is a player whose comfortable voice perfectly suits his economical deep guitar grooves. Nothing’s wasted and nothing’s missing.” (Holger Petersen, CBC’s Saturday Night Blues, CKUA’s Natch’l Blues and Stony Plain Records)