An American drummer, composer, singer, record producer and entrepreneur, Terri Carrington is currently single. She belongs to the musical family, her mother played the piano as a hobby and her father was a saxophonist and president of the Boston Jazz Society. Terri was given her grandfather's drum set at age seven and at the age of eleven, she was awarded a scholarship to Berklee College of Music. Terri is a three-time Grammy Award-winning .
Terri Carrington has played with Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Clark Terry, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Joe Sample, Al Jarreau, Yellowjackets. She is the first female artist to win a Grammy in this category. In 1996 she collaborated with Peabo Bryson on "Always Reach for Your Dreams", a song commissioned for the 1996 Olympic Games. Terri Carrington has not disclosed any information about her personal life in social sites.