From Billboard Blues Album Chart and Living Blues Radio Report to the Roots Music Report to the International Blues Broadcasters Association, Terry’s latest album Confessin’ My Dues is climbing the charts - soaring to #1! Learn more.
“Terry Robb enthusiastically takes on just about every genre of the blues in his 13-track collection, Confessin' My Dues.” Read the full review by Minor 7th and listen to the podcast.
Peter Dervin, photographer for the No Depression column “Through The Lens,” captured Terry Robb and other artists live at the 2019 Waterfront Blues Festival. See the highlights gallery.
John Valenteyn, co-founder of the Toronto Blues Society, highlights Terry Robb’s latest album Confessin’ My Dues in his July podcast and reviews column aptly named “John’s Blues Picks.” Learn more.
In advance of his sold-out show at GroundZero Acoustic Lounge, Terry talked with Parksville Qualicum Beach News about his latest album, Confessin’ My Dues, and holidays spent in Parksville, BC, as a kid. Read the article.
Join Terry Robb and his all-star band at the 2019 Waterfront Blues Festival, the largest outdoor music celebration of blues, R&B and zydeco west of the Mississippi! Learn more.
Ahead of his performance at the 2019 Waterfront Blues Festival, Terry dropped by “Tonight with Cassidy” to talk about his new album, Confessin’ My Dues, and play live for viewers. Watch the video.
Back by popular demand, Terry Robb joins the Vancouver International Guitar Festival in beautiful Vancouver, BC, over Canada Day long weekend! Join him June 29 and 30 for a concert, workshop and luthier showcases. Learn more.
Writing for America’s leading blues magazine, music critic Frank Matheis says, “the matter is clear; Terry Robb is one of our finest acoustic guitarists today…” Read the full review.
The Union spoke with Terry in advance of his April 14 concert and live broadcast at KVMR Studios in Nevada City, Calif. Read the article.
The Newport News Times interviewed Terry in advance of his sold-out performance at the Newport Performing Arts Center in Newport, Ore., an affiliate of the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts. Read the article.
The Corvallis Gazetta-Times interviewed Terry in advance of his sold-out performance and workshop at The Fingerboard Extension in Corvallis, Ore. Read the article.
Following his #1 CD debut and sold-out record release show, Terry headed to Austin to showcase for Music Gorilla during SXSW 2019.
The Coast Weekend, a feature of The Daily Astorian, interviewed Terry Robb for its cover article in advance of his sold-out concert and workshop in Long Beach, Wash.. Read the article.
Terry Robb and Zach Bryson of Poor Town Records talk about his time working with the inimitable John Fahey and John Callahan, plus his new album Confessin’ My Dues. Listen to the podcast.
Terry Robb and Tom D’Antoni, editor in chief of Oregon Music News, talk about his forthcoming album Confessin’ My Dues, his influences and his experience working with John Fahey and John Callahan. Listen to the podcast.
Greg Johnson, president of the Cascade Blues Association, says "Confessin’ My Dues is yet another example of Terry Robb doing what he does best – leaving us with a sense of awe and joy with every note he plays." Read the review.
New music, release concert and spring tour from Terry Robb. Learn more.
During a southern Oregon tour, Terry sat down with Eric Teel of Jefferson Public Radio for a Live Session interview and performance. Learn more and stream the program.
Saturday, September 15, stream Terry Robb and The Blue Hearts live from White Rock BC straight to your home theater. Learn more.
Check it out! Terry’s Labor Day Weekend show in Port Townsend WA landed him the cover feature of Peninsula Daily News. Read the article.
While touring British Columbia, Terry talked with Ashland Daily Mail about his concerts in the Rogue Valley, his long career performing for Pacific Northwest audiences, collaborations with Alice Stuart, John Fahey and other stars, and his myriad musical influences. Read the article.
The Columbian talks with Terry Robb about touring, performing at the Old Liberty Theater in Ridgefield, Wash., and a new album in the works. Learn more.
The music of Terry Robb and longtime friend John Callahan is featured in the motion picture score and soundtrack for “Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far on Foot.” Learn more.
Eugene Weekly talks with Terry about the inspirations, improvisations and influences behind his music, plus concerts in the Willamette Valley. Read the article.