Terri's debut CD

Terri Nicholson (pictured) will launch her debut CD Fall into Feeling at Caddies Coffee Shop in Lismore on Friday, December 18.

Her songs come from her personal experiences both here and from her trips to South America, where she has worked with indigenous healers. In 2001 the Northern Rivers community raised almost $7000 in seven weeks to help Terri work alongside indigenous Mapuche people in Chile.

“I continue to feel immense gratitude to this community for trusting in me and supporting my work in South America. So much good came from that time when I was making a significant contribution to the people I worked with over there, and that continues to affect my life and those I touch… both as a (health) practitioner and through my music,” she said.

At her launch (from 5.30pm) Terri will perform with a top band behind her – George Urbaszek on bass, Julie Wattus on harmonies, Jamie Uren on drums, Melissa Herman on flute and Bridget Crouch playing violin. Terri will sing and play guitar.

There’ll also be champagne and nibblies.

It’ll be a grand soiree of original songs.


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