Bobby Terry

Bobby Terry was just twelve years old when he began playing steel guitar professionally. He came from a musical family and at this young age played in the family band in local clubs throughout Houston, Texas. After mastering the steel guitar and learning several other instruments, Bobby became interested in producing. In 1995, Bobby moved to Nashville and quickly found work as an independent record producer and studio musician. In 2000, he signed a writing deal with Almo Irving Music Publishing. 

He has secured cuts with Montgomery Gentry, Lonestar, Trace Adkins, Faith Hill. Tim McGraw, Kip Moore, Brad Paisley, Chris Cagle, Diamond Rio, Alabama and Trisha Yearwood. Bobby’s first major label production credits came as a solo producer and musician on UMPG songwriter Anthony Smith’s Mercury Records debut, If That Ain’t Country, followed by producing and writing on Trace Adkins Greatest Hits on Capital Records. 

One unique thing that sets Bobby aside from other producers is that he plays every instrument on every almost record he produces. In the last few years, Bobby has also been in demand as a session guitarist playing on albums such as Uncle Kracker, Alan Jackson, Willie Nelson and many others.