Terry Rawlinko
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Terry Rawlinko

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2012 - Morning After

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Terry has been composing and performing music for over 10 years. He has performed all over the GTA and Niagara region. His sound touches on number of genres including Pop Rock, Folk and Alternative.
His influences include The Band, The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Dave Matthews Band, The Tragically Hip and many others.

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Venues Played

Holland America Cruise Line
Jordan House - Jordan, Ontario (Niagara Region)
Hidden Bench Winery- Beamsville, Ontario
Deprofio Winery, Jordan, Ontario
Philthy McNasty's - Toronto, Ontario
360 - Toronto, Ontario
Third Floor Reilly's - Toronto, Ontario
The Reverb - Toronto, Ontario
Mill Street Brewery - Toronto, Ontario
Rockie Raccoon's - Toronto, Ontario
Rockford's - St. Catharines, Ontario
The London Arms - St. Catharines, Ontario
Savour Muskoka - Bala & Hunstville, Ontario
Many private functions and events

Recently Terry recorded his first EP including 4 original songs; Out Loud, Morning After, Turning Heads and Seen it Before

In the summer of 2012 Terry signed a contract to play on the HMS Statendam of the Holland America Cursing line. While onboard Terry performed nightly to guests in the ships lounge, all this while traveling to exotic islands including Bora Bora and Tahiti.

Terry finally decided to record his first album in the summer of 2011 featuring four of his original songs; Seen it before, Out Loud, Morning After and Turning Heads.

In the spring of 2009 Terry began entertaining regularly at a well known tavern in the Niagara region called Jordan House. There he was spotted by a local winemaker and asked to perform at a popular wine festival entitled Graze the Bench. He performed to notable acclaim for two consecutive years. A string of private events followed in which he performed for some of Niagara’s VIPs.

In 2008 Terry was recruited to play a weekly gig in St. Catharines, Ontario at a local bar. It resulted in several additional gigs at neighbouring student bars and increased his exposure to the Niagara Region music scene.