Contemporary Arranging

B.M. Berklee College of Music

Recording artist/producer Terry Wollman has worked with a wide variety of international artists including Billy Preston, Little Richard, Wilson Phillips, Al Jarreau, Joan Baez, Joe Walsh, Keb’ Mo’, Eartha Kitt, and many others. Originally from Miami, Terry launched his career in Los Angeles after earning a degree in arranging from Berklee College of Music and quickly became an in-demand music director/guitarist/producer/composer/arranger for film and television, the recording studio and on stage. He recently co-produced Melissa Manchester’s 20th album “You Gotta Love The Life”, working with guest artists Stevie Wonder, Joe Sample, Dionne Warwick, and Al Jarreau, as part of the project.

Terry Wollman is Billboard Top 10 recording artist. In 2012, the single “Mandela” from his fifth release, “Buddha’s Ear” (co-written with Keb’ Mo’) hit #1 on Smooth Jazz Top 20 and #4 on the Billboard charts, ultimately spending 5 months on Billboard’s Top 20. He recently released his seventh CD, a 25 year career retrospective entitled “Silver Collection”. The album’s first single “Welcome To Paradise” featured Terry with Dave Koz, and like all subsequent singles on the album, debuted at #1 Most Added.

Terry has dedicated himself to all aspects of music for more than 30 years.