Terje Lie new album Bright Moments for sale everywhere July 15, 2014!

Terje Lie Bright Moments

Terje Lie Terje just completed another album with Jeff Lorber and Jimmy Haslip, plus Tony Moore on drums! The album also features Vinnie Colaiuta, Gary Novak, Lenny Castro, Michael Landau, Michael Thompson, Marlon McClain, and Jeff Richman! Watch for more coming up soon at terjelie.com and at Terje Lie and Terje Lie Music at Facebook!

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Terje Lie Urban Vacation

Terje Lie's new CD Urban Vacation, produced by Jimmy Haslip (Yellowjackets) and legendary keyboardist/composer/producer Jeff Lorber, is coming out in the new year!

More news on that will be coming up! In the meantime, click here for track samples.



Terje Lie Traveler

Traveler combines Terje Lie’s (”Terry Lee”) jazz approach with commercial and danceable grooves.The collection also contains a couple of beautiful and serene ballads, and as a bonus, Terje Lie’s vocals are featured on two of the tracks.

Lie surrounds himself with three of L.A.’s most exciting first-call sidemen for this CD production: keyboardist David Garfield (longtime musical director for George Benson, whose resume also includes Michael McDonald, Dianne Reeves, and Luther Vandross), bassist Ernest Tibbs (Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight, Norman Brown), and drummer Jeff Olson (David Benoit, Earl Klugh).

"Sometimes you can tell a book by its cover. Basking in the glow of a Pacific Coast sunset, cheerfully holding his tenor, Norwegian Terje Lie embodies the music on the smooth sounding Traveler: easy, funky and fun. Supported by some of the best Los Angeles musicians, Lie plays alto, tenor and soprano on a collection of catch y and grooving originals. He has an ingratiating sound on tenor, and uses it well on the funky "Pier Avenue" and heavy back-beated "Runnin' Outta Time." His soprano is clear and pristine, be it with the slapped bass support by Ernest Tibbs on "Warp 7" or with the dreamy and atmospheric keyboards supplied by David Garfield on "MDDIII." The best and most alluring moment comes when Lie's tenor joins with Garfield's keyboards in a lovely and romantic duet during "My Love." This Scandinavian has plenty of warmth and allure to his playing. Smooth jazz fans will certainly want this one."
—George Harris, All About Jazz

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