Tony Terry is an American R&B Singer/Actor who was born March 12,1964, in Pinehurst, NC. By the time he was seven he began realizing that he had a natural talent for singing. He started to truly embrace his artistry at the age of 23. Tony was mesmerized with the television show Fame, which inspired him to attend Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C. Tony went on to become a background vocalist for the pop group Sweet Sensation, and the hip hop group, The Boogie Boys.
Tony signed a recording contract with Epic Records in 1987 and his first single, “She’s Fly”, was released that same year and made top 10 on the Billboard R&B singles chart. His Epic debut album, Forever Yours, was released in 1988 reached the top 40 on the Billboard’s R&B singles chart. The following single, “Lovey Dovey”, reached #4 on the R&B charts and “Forever Yours” climbed to the R&B top 20. He is best known for his 1990 hit single “With You.” The single reached the top 20 on the U.S. Billboard's Hot 100, and was #1 on the top 10 R&B charts. His hard work and dedication landed him two Soul Train Music Award Nominations, along with an American Music Award Nomination. Tony’s other hits include “Everlasting Love,” “She’s Fly,” “Lovey Dovey,” and “When a Man Cries.”