Chicago area keyboardist Terry Fryer was an in-demand session musician for both recording dates and jingle sessions through the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s. Starting his very own Terry Fryer Music, he constructed jingles for high-profile customers like Kraft, Ford Electric motor Business, Kellogg, Coors, WGN-TV, the Chicago Cubs, and Proctor and Gamble. Fryer also do some songwriting, often collaborating with jingle vocalist Keithen Carter. The duo got a song protected on Chicago spirit vocal group Heaven and Earth’s 1979 Mercury record Illusion. Fryer’s keyboards may also be noticed on the next: Natalie Cole’s This Will End up being: Natalie Cole’s Everlasting Like, the Manhattans’ Dark Tie and THE VERY BEST from the Manhattans, Adam Young’s From per day Pass, The Electric powered Collection by fellow Chicagoan Ramsey Lewis, as well as the Groundhog Time soundtrack. Amid everything, the prolific musician authored a reserve for Milwaukee, WI, publisher Hal Leonard entitled A Practical Method of Digital Sampling. Sometime in the ’90s, after an extended and fruitful profession, Fryer retired through the music business.