Grammy nominated singer/songwriter Terry Steele’s career has crossed musical boundaries and international borders. His songs have sold millions of copies and have touched the heart and soul of millions of people around the world. Terry has written for or collaborated with megastar artists such as Whitney Houston, Dionne Warwick, Patti Labelle, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, The Spinners, Barry White, The Pointer Sisters, Arif Mardin, David Kershenbaum, George Duke andsaxophonist Richard Elliott among many others. As the principal writer of the blockbuster hit, “Here And Now,” Terry garnered a Grammy nomination for “Best Rhythm & Blues Song” in 1990 and in that same year his composition won Luther Vandross his then first Grammy in the “Best R&B Male Vocal Performance”category. Terry has previously held staff writing positions at EMI Music / SBK Records, Warner Chappell Music and most recently the Germany-based music publishing house,CBM Entertainment and Sony Music (South Africa)
Terry has recorded (3) three internationally released solo albums and has recorded (5) five albums as lead singer for the renowned jazz-fusion band, “Hiroshima.” His voice-over credits include HBO’s animated series “Happily Ever After,” “Pepsi Commercials,” C-Span’s “911 Tribute” and others. The consummate performer, Terry Steele has commanded the worldwide stage with leading roles in the theatrical dance-play, “Things Ain’t What They Used To Be,” (Russia) “The Names Quilt” (USA) and “The Living Legends Concert Series.” (Europe)Now, Terry leaps into his first musical starring role in the off-Broadway production, “Here And Now”- The Legacy of Luther Vandross.