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About Teresa Trull

Brought up in Durham, North Carolina, where she was steeped at an early age in blues, gospel, and rhythm & blues, Teresa Trull began her musical career singing gospel in churches, then served as the lead singer in a rock & roll band for several years before joining the East Coast nightclub circuit. Since the release of her first album, The Ways a Woman Can Be, in 1977, Trull's gutsy rock & roll vocal style and her songwriting and record production talents have won the fiery-haired singer an ever-widening recognition. In particular, Trull's album Unexpected, a collaboration with Barbara Higbie, received high critical praise. Other musicians with whom Trull has performed and recorded include Bonnie Hayes, David Sanborn, Andy Narell, Darol Anger, Mike Marshall, Alex DeGrassi, Joan Baez, Linda Tillery, Cris Williamson, Holly Near, and Tracy Nelson. A songwriter of considerable note, Trull co-wrote two songs on the Whispers' gold album Love for Love, including the title track, with Roy Obiedo, and her production talents were recognized in 1985 when she was nominated for Best Producer of an Independent Album in the New York Music Awards. Blessed with an endless supply of energy, Trull's live performances have been said to combine the high power of Nona Hendryx with the irreverent wit of Bette Midler, and her albums bear witness to the daring new steps she's been willing to take to broaden her musical career. ~ Rovi

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