Terre Roche is the artist formerly known as "one of The Roches." Along with West African drummer Sidiki Conde and multi-instrumentalist Marlon Cherry, she co-founded the band "Afro-Jersey" whose first CD was released in 2013. In 2008 jazz pianist Garry Dial and Terre released "Us an'Them", a collection of national anthems in collaboration with various musicians from 16 countries all living in New York City at the time. Among other projects of interest, she sangthe role of Squeaky Fromme in John Moran's avant-garde opera "The Manson Family" and is the harrowing voice on the title track of Robert Fripp's groundbreaking album "Exposure". Terre is the author of a memoir entitled "Blabbermouth", self-publishedon April Fool's Day, 2013. Currently she enjoys a flourishing music teaching practice in New York City where for 12 summers running she has led "The Sunset Singing Circle", a popular annual singalong in New York's Battery Park City, sponsored by the Parks Conservancy. Above all, Terre is a folk artist and teacher, with a strong belief that every person has something inside that can be expressed when given a safe environment and nourishing guidance. Her new CD, "Imprint" is poised for release in 2015.