Multi-talented musician, songwriter and producer, Bobby Terry started playing the guitar and piano when he was nine years old. Before long, he’d also begin learning to play bass, drums, and steel guitar. At just twelve years old, Bobby began playing steel guitar professionally. He became interested in producing when his Father bought some home recording equipment in the early 80’s. Bobby began building tracks for local artists in his home studio and eventually grew it into a thriving business. In 1995, Bobby moved to Nashville where he quickly found work as an independent record producer and studio musician. In 2000. he sianed a writing deal with Almo Irving Music Publishing. A few of the artists he has secured cuts with include Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Montgomery Gentry, Lonestar, Trisha Yearwood. Trace Adkins, Garth Brooks, and most recently, Willie Nelson, on his brand new album, “A Beautiful Time” . Bobby’s first major label production credits came as a musician and the solo producer of Universal Music Publishing Group’s songwriter Anthony Smith’s critically acclaimed Mercury Records debut. If That Ain’t Country, which enjoyed several Top 40 hits at country radio. Producing and writing on Trace Adkins’ Greatest Hits album on CapitalRecords followed.One of the unique things setting Bobby apart from other producers is the fact that he actually plays all of the instruments on almost every record he produces. This has also made him an extremely in-demand session musician: over the last few years, Bobby has played on albums by Willie Nelson, Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Love & Theft, John Fogerty, Aaron Lewis, Toby Keith, Casey Donahue, Uncle Kracker, Jamey Johnson, Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Craig Campbell, Randy Rogers Band, Alabama, Drew Baldridge, Dolly Parton, Josh Thompson, Luke Combs. Joe Nichols and numerous others.