Ginnie Terry has been performing since she was eight years old when she made her first stage appearance and never looked back. Along the way she has been a demo singer and done voiceover work for radio and tv. As a member of the a cappella trio,"The Chicks From The Sticks", Ginnie had fun covering songs from the Beatles, Andrews Sisters, The Maguire Sisters and many more including the REAL trio of Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. Ginnie has performed in community productions, church and numerous local bands at venues from fairs and barbecues to corporate events and weddings in California, Florida and Kentucky where she currently resides.
Ginnie had dreams of becoming a professional singer and went to Las Vegas to work with the late A.J. Masters. But, as often happens, life changes priorities and she put her singing career on the back burner to raise a family. In 2005, Ginnie moved to Florida where she met her husband, Mark. Having all but given up on her dreams of singing, Ginnie was encouraged to continue with the idea that “you never know what can happen.”
After auditioning for a very popular local band in Florida, Ginnie was asked to join them full time as the featured female singer. "The Mystery Band" traveled all over Florida and Georgia playing exclusively for large weddings and corporate events for up to 4000 people. Ginnie’s vocal abilities allowed her to cover styles from Etta James and Adele to Tanya Tucker and Linda Ronstadt.
A demo cd of personal favorites, placed in the right hands, resulted in an invitation to go to Nashville for a recording project. Ginnie began recording her debut CD “Satisfied Me” at Off The Row Studio offtherow.net, in Franklin, TN with the very talented Eddie Kilgallon eddieksongs.com, as producer.
In 2014, with 4 grown children between them, Ginnie and her husband Mark decided to make a career change and see the country as Over-The-Road truck drivers. In 2016 they pulled up stakes and moved to Mark’s hometown in Kentucky where they enjoy their time at home on their 18-acre farm.