Dixon May Fair 2014

The Terry Sheets Band creates rockin’ country

By From page DMF24 | May 04, 2014

DIXON — Terry Sheets came onto the Sacramento Country scene on fire.

After connecting with his band of X-rockers, the rest is rockin’ country history. The band plays today’s country with a rock edge that keeps the dance floor hopping and the dancers happy.

Sheets grew up in Tennessee and spent 10 years in the military before taking up a singing career and recording with The Blue Collar Criminals.

Band member Rick Morgan brings his Christian rock experience and a blues influence. Tim Sanders, who has opened for Cheap Trick and Blue Oyster Cult, has tested the country waters and isn’t going back. Rich Zeller came in off the range in Montana to tour the country, playing rhythm and blues, and has now become one of the good ol’ boys of the Terry Sheets Band.

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