"Delighted to tell you I am now in possession of the rather splendid and gorgeous new stick bag!"
Terl Bryant is an English drummer and percussionist, currently touring with folk/punk outfit The Bad Shepherds fronted by Adrian Edmondson of Bad News and The Young Ones. Recently back from touring in Australia they are appearing at festivals across the UK throughout 2014.
Terl's broad career has seen him playing in bands with a diverse range of artists that include Sadie and The Hotheads (2 albums featuring the songs of Elizabeth McGovern star of Downton Abbey 2011-2014), Graham Kendrick acoustic trio (Gospel singer/songwriter and supporter of the work of Compassion International - ongoing), John Paul Jones (bassist of Led Zeppelin with whom Terl toured between 1999-2002 and recorded 'The Thunderthief' album), IONA celtic progressive rock band (5 albums including the acclaimed 'Journey Into The Morn' 1989-1998), Peter Murphy (1986-1992 various world tours, 3 albums, including the US Billboard hit 'Cuts You Up'), Steve Taylor and Someband (US tours and album 'Limelight' 1983-1985). Terl has also toured with Faith Hill, Steeleye Span, Matt Redman, Roddy Frame and others.
Terl's recording credits include over 150 album sessions that include work with Steve Levine (with Barry Gibb, The Honeyz, Lulu, Louise, 6 Day Riot and others), Tolga Kashif (with Leslie Garrett and the Northern Symphonia and Abbey Road sessions), Troy Donockley (albums for Maddy Prior and Barbara Dickson), Kipper Eldridge, Paul Statham (with Jim Kerr and Shelley Poole), Les Moir, Martin Smith and many others.
Terl is an international endorsee for Mapex drums, Sabian cymbals, Hardcase, ACS IEMs, Balbex drumsticks and Reunion Blues gig bags, and is also supported by Remo, Jalapeno drums, Lion cajon drums, and Logarhythm stompers.
Terl lives in Sussex, England with his wife Jules, an author, and their six children.