The lead vocalist and bass player for Nashville-based country-rock band Barefoot Jerry through the 1970s and early ’80s, Terry Dearmore continues to create his presence felt like a Unity preacher in Virginia. “I still create tunes,” Dearmore stated by phone, “but they’re of the spiritual nature right now.” The child of a guitarist, Dearmore performed bass by age eight. Getting together with the users of Barefoot Jerry soon before Atlantic Information dropped the agreement of his music group, Jubal, he was asked to complete when Barefoot Jerry’s business lead singer was struggling to make it to a recoding program. The experience demonstrated so satisfying that he became a full-fledged member soon afterwards. He continued to be the lead tone of voice for the music group, relocating to Hawaii in 1986. For another five years, he continued to be beyond music, earning a paycheck as an agent. Time for Nashville in 1991, Dearmore attempted unsuccessfully to curiosity an archive label in his music. After 2 yrs of knocking on doorways, he remaining music and requested a ministry post using the Unity Chapel. For an extended period, he offered as chairman from the music division for the Association of Music Churches. Dearmore offers occasionally came back to music. He performed bass and sang history on an recording by Nashville-based marketing executive-turned-singer Jon Hendricks, and he created an recording of jazz requirements, Love IS HERE NOW, by Unity Chapel vocalist Donna Salter.