Alice Terry sounds like she’s had three husbands and killed them all.

Since leaving her small NSW coastal town of Moruya, Terry has impressed her ever-growing audiences with her big voice and beautiful songs, and has deservedly earned the title of ‘Sydneys first lady of blues’. She effortlessly combines the best parts of folk, jazz and blues, and creates this music which is both sexy and heartbreaking all at the same time.
. Her spirited performances and clever writing have steadily gained recognition and support, from audiences and peers alike, including supporting: Allen Stone, Beth Hart, Matt Corby, Gail Page, and The Waifs, and festival appearances at: Woodford Folk, Narooma Blues and Rockabilly, Moruya Jazz & Thredbo Blues Festivals just to name a few.
“The real deal.” – Beth Hart“
Alice Terry roaring like a tigress when she hit the stage and blowing off any cobwebs in the room” –   Rhythms Magazine

“Alice Terry is an undeniable combination of old school chanteuse and the grit of Janis Joplin. Her songs are emotional without being cloying, and pair equal measures regret and lament, with cheek and sass. If the swoops and croons are anything to go by, Terry is a singer equally comfortable howling at the moon for the hell of it as she is walking the line of soul-wrenching honesty. The Music