Terry Fryer Biography
Fryer's keyboards can also be heard on the following: Natalie Cole's This Will Be: Natalie Cole's Everlasting Love, the Manhattans' Black Tie and The Best of the Manhattans, James Young's Out on a Day Pass, and The Electric Collection by fellow Chicagoan Ramsey Lewis. He also wrote and produced music for such classics as The Blues Brothers, Groundhog Day, and Dirty Dancing whose multi-platinum soundtrack remained at #1 of Billboard Magazine's 100 Top Albums for 18 weeks.
With over 30 million units sold, songwriting and producing credits range from works for R&B greats Smokey Robinson, Whitney Houston, and Peabo Bryson; to jazz songstress Natalie Cole; to country music legend Willie Nelson.
In the midst of it all, the prolific musician authored a book for Milwaukee, WI, publisher Hal Leonard titled - A Practical Approach to Digital Sampling.