Trumpeter Terell Stafford is most beneficial known for his five years touring and saving with Bobby Watson’s quintet Horizon. Stafford, who graduated through the College or university of Maryland, proved helpful as the movie director of rings at both Cheney and Temple College or university. Furthermore to Watson, he provides used Herbie Mann, Shirley Scott, and Kenny Barron, amongst others. Terell Stafford produced his documenting debut being a head for Candid in 1995. His record roster contains 1995’s Time and energy to RELEASE, 1996’s Centripetal Power, and 2000’s Areas of Gold.
Full Name Terell Stafford
Education Rutgers University, University of Maryland, College Park
Music Songs Blues for J.T., Time to Let Go, Stop Start, Speedball, Petty Larceny, Yes I Can, No You Can't, Hocus Pocus, Mr. Kenyatta, Old Folks, Daahoud, The Touch of Your Lips, I Don't Wanna Be Kissed, My Little Brown Book, Taking a Chance on Love, Soft Winds, A Nick Off the Mark, He Knows How Much You Can Bear, One For Shirley, Blame It on My Youth, Johnny Come Lately, For the Broken Hearted, Multicolored Blue, U.M.M.G., New Beginnings Suite: Selah, Robbin's Nest, I'll Wait, Dear Rudy, Raincheck, September in the Rain, Jesus Loves Me, Shake It for Me, Speak Low
Albums Brotherlee Love, This Side of Strayhorn, Taking Chances: Live at the Dakota, A Sentimental Journey, Gentle Warrior, Fields of Gold, A Whisper In The Midnight, A Cool Blue, A Time of New Beginnings, New Beginnings, One For Shirley, Time to Let Go, Forgive and Forget, Centripetal Force, Into the Light, Back Home, Somehow It's True
Nominations NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Jazz Album