Terri Green, Washington D.C native, rose to chart success in 1997, hitting number one in Spain and Italy with her first release, the club hit, Oh La La La, produced by Modern Talking producer Luis Rodriguez. Her work lead to multiple top 100 hits in Germany and abroad, hitting the #1 Spot in the US Billboard Club Songs Chart three times since 2015 under her dance stage name Terri B!. Working alongside a who’s who in dance , either touring, being remixed or collaborating with names like David Guetta, Avicii, Cazzette, Dj Antoine, Bob Sinclair, Roger Sanchez, ATB. She has been recognized as a lengendary songwriter and vocalist in the genre while working with the strongest dance labels in the world, including Sony, Ministry of Sound, Defected, Armada, and Ultra records. Terri was awarded a 50 million plus milestone with her hit single "Blind Heart", featuring alongside Swedish superstar producers Cazzette in 2017.

Her songwriting credits include songs for Danish dance queen Medina, German superstar Sarah Connor, Legendary crooner Chris Norman, and has penned more than 1,000 songs since her career began. She has penned music for Universal popstar projects, US Tv hit So You Think You Can Dance, the Originals US tv hit, and Fox’s Pitch series. While signed to Boogie Park in the mid 2000s, her unique voice landed her on Udo Lindenbergs’ Good Life City Lp, as a featured vocalist performing on two songs with him at his request, and joined the German cult deejays the Discoboys as a featured backing singer for Roberto Blanco.

The Terri Green Project

A songwriter for as long as she can remember, the vocalist and producer found her groove with composer, arranger & saxophonist Toddi Reed (Torsten Abrolat), as they joined forces to create a sound that reflected all the genres they loved and grew up with which were no longer present in todays music market. Terri has continusouly earned chart sucess but the feeling of slower, soulful, sexy, charasmatic sounds was a definite invitation to return to the roots. Her warm alto and Torstens’ briliant string arrangements were the key to this charming homeage to some of the worlds greatest musicians and vocalist.

Terri, clearly influenced by names like Donna summer, Barry White, The Ojays, Gladys Knight, Whitney Houston, Motown, and Phyllis Hyman were instrumental in finding the right mixture of then and now. They were not worried whether or not radio would pick up a single because the fans were already saying yes to the groove.

German fans have been growing over the recent years as Terri created her Diamond Night series, which features guest artist and her own original material. Torsten, an avid jazz music lover adds just the right amount swing and pizazz to cleverly constructed soulful titles centered around Terri’s motto of love and happiness. She believes you have only just begun to live past 40 and not to allow anyone to tell you anything different. Legendary songwriter Stephen H. Dorff, composed a soulful passionate ballad for the album, and Johan Boback and Jocke Nilsson of Sweden, who have worked with Celin Dion and the Glee franchise also delivered a stirring lullaby title, which has also become a highlight of the first album, A Soul Dedication.

The first album, A Soul Dedication, was all about love and reconciliation. Give Me One More Chance, the most streamed song of the first album helps bring a love gone wrong back together and back on track. With the next Lp full in production, Terri Green and Toddi Reed have found a magical message and formula for the grown and sexy music lover.

Toddi Reed (Torsten Abrolat)

producer, songwriter, keyboardist, saxophonist

Torsten Abrolat (born in Eutin, Schleswig Holstein) works since 1992 in several music studios (Edo Zanki Bruchsal, Michael Chamboss-Frankfurt, Toni Cottura Hamburg) as keyboardist, saxophonist und producer. His love for the old soulmusic and Terri's voice gave him the inspiration to start "The Terri Green Project". Toddi is the Musical Director (MD) of the project.

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