“Going Home” features Dave Stryker on Guitar, Todd Straight on Drums, and Anton Denner on Saxophone. “Going Home” was also nominated for “Jazz Recording of the Year” from the Minnesota Music Awards.Available at songspeakmusic.com.

Cuban piano phenomenon Nachito Herrera features Gordy Knudtson and Shay Hayo along with Terry Burns on this incredible recording. 3-star review in DownBeat Magazine.Available at nachitoherrera.com.

Vocalist Judi Donaghy’s debut CD features Terry Burns, Brett Forberg, Rick Carlson, and Doug Haining. Produced by Judi Donaghy and Terry Burns. Available at judivinar.com.

As a Leader

“Freehand” was Terry’s 1st recording as a leader and features Phil Hey on Drums and Pete Whitman on Saxophone. “Freehand” was nominated for “Jazz Recording of the Year” by the Minnesota Music Awards.Sold Out!

Discography

Guitar great Dave Stryker features Terry Burns, Steve Slagle, Brian Lynch, Marc Copland, Larry Goldings, Billy Hart. Jazziz Magazine called “Shades of Miles” one of the best recordings of 2000.” Available at davestryker.com.

Connie Evingson’s debut CD featuring Terry Burns, Phil Hey, Dave Karr, and Sandford Moore.Available at connieevingson.com.

One of the greatest (and most underrated) drummers, Paul Lagos features Terry Burns and Steve Slagle on this live recording. Produced by Terry Burns.

Award-winning vocalist Connie Evingson’s tribute to Peggy Lee features Terry Burns, Phil Hey, Sandford Moore, and Dave Karr. Available at connieevingson.com.

The debut CD from pianist Laura Caviani features Terry Burns and Jay Epstein. Available at lauracaviani.com.

Tenor great Irv Williams’ debut CD features Terry Burns, Mikel Romstead, and Kenny Horst.

Chicago tenor legend Von Freeman features Terry Burns, Phil Hey and the great Bobby Peterson on this live recording. 4-star review in DownBeat Magazine.

With Others

"Rocket Appliances" features Andrew Schwandt, Fred Flowerday, and a host of others in the first offering from The Libra Project. Available at songspeakmusic.com.

The finest players in the Midwest make up this exciting big band. This is the second offering from the JazzMN Big Band. Available at jazzmn.org.

Connie Evingson’s “Let it be Jazz” features jazz arrangements of Beatles tunes. Features Terry Burns, Phil Hey, Jay Epstein, Anthony Cox, Gordy Johnson, Mary Lousie Knutson and others. Available at connieevingson.com.

Dave Stryker's follow up to "Shades of Miles," featuring Dave Stryker, Terry Burns, Steve Slagle, David Berkman, and Lenny White. Available at davestryker.com

Story City’s debut CD featuring Terry Burns, Steve Jennings, Karl Koopman, Andrew Schwandt, Sean Turner, Steve Faison, and Shai Hayo. Recorded by Chopper Black. Produced by Terry Burns and Steve Jennings.Available at storycityjazz.com

"Rocket Appliances" features Andrew Schwandt, Fred Flowerday, and a host of others in the first offering from The Libra Project. Available at songspeakmusic.com.

Connie Evingson features some of the greats in jazz on this recording  including Toots Theilmann, Irv Williams, Al Grey, Terry Burns, Phil Hey, and Bobby Peterson. Available at connieevingson.com.

Pete Whitman features Terry Burns, Phil Hey, Bobby Peterson, Dave Jensen, and Jeff Rinear on this recording.