SARAH BETH TERRY
Singer/Songwriter Sarah Beth Terry is whip smart, slap-your-grandma funny, completely fearless, unabashedly uninhibited and extraordinarily talented. Born and raised in Eastern Kentucky, far enough out in the country that they couldn’t get cable, Sarah Beth began writing poems and lyrics at a very early age, developing an exceptionally adroit, clever way with words.
She credits songwriter/musician/producer Bobby Terry (no relation) and artist/songwriter Anthony Smith with teaching her to formulate songs. Reverential about Smith’s album, If That Ain’t Country (produced and engineered by Bobby Terry), she claims that it was an important turning point for her as a songwriter. Ironically, Sarah Beth currently has an excusive publishing agreement with Three Hounds Music, and her first cut is a song she wrote with Anthony: “I Hate the Taste of Whiskey”. She also has a cut on the new Gaither Vocal Band album written with Benjy Gaither.
Sarah Beth is always writing and has built an extensive song catalog. Writing on the front porch of her log cabin home in rural Munfordville, Kentucky from early in the morning till late at night, the songs continue to flow. “I ended up where I started,” says the self-branded “Queen Bee”. “And it’s right where I need to be.”
- Worth A Shot Sarah Beth Terry 1:00
- Sound Of A Train Sarah Beth Terry 1:00
- Nothing Ever Happened Sarah Beth Terry 1:00