Appalachian native Terah Lynn left her home in the mountains at 22 years old with nothing but a backpack and a guitar. The six-foot-tall powerhouse traveled for years, working hard labor in the hot southern sun doing everything from roofing to sheetrocking to ditch digging. In 2020, Terah was discovered by Grammy, Dove and Stellar Award winning producer, Billy Dorsey while living in Houston and promptly released her debut EP "Wild Calling" with singles hitting no. 4 and no. 5 on the iTunes Blues Charts. Fast forward to 2021 when Terah was hired as the first-ever female supervisor of Gibson Guitar's lumber mill in Nashville. She packed her bags and headed to Music City where she recorded her latest single, "Landmines" produced by Jeff Huskins of the multi-platinum award winning band,' Little Texas' on the infamous Music Row.
Terah is currently recording several new singles, produced by Award winning producer, Dean Miller, son of Country Music Hall of Fame's Roger Miller.