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Live Music Sundays - Terri Shaltiel

Terri Shaltiel is a powerful funky singer as well as a band-leader and song-writer, who sings a bluesy fusion of deep soul, jazz, funk, rare-groove, reggae and all that is fine. Terri can be described as having a tone ranging from gutsy and raw, to lilting and lush.

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Live Music Sundays - Terri Shaltiel

Time & Location

01 May, 18:45 – 21:15

Skipton, The Old Fire Station, Just off, Coach St, Skipton BD23 1LQ, UK

About the Event

Terri Shaltiel is a powerful funky singer as well as a band-leader and song-writer, who sings a bluesy fusion of deep soul, jazz, funk, rare-groove, reggae and all that is fine. Terri can be described as having a tone ranging from gutsy and raw, to lilting and lush.

Terri's music is best described as funky soul and blues fused with contemporary R n B and jazz. She takes inspiration from a diverse range of artists such as Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Marlena Shaw, Gladys Knight, Ray Charles, Phyllis Dylan, plus many more, with a contemporary twist.

As well as singing for award-winning reggae producers Mafia and Fluxy and ex-Sugar Mynott producer Roman Pryce, Terri has even sung jazz in Harlem! She has secured radio play with her own songs on BBC Radio 6 Music with Craig Charles’ funk and soul show, and has had some of her material recently featured on reggae/r’n’b stations Passion FM and Unique FM.

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