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Terl Bryant is a drummer and percussionist, originally from Northamptonshire, England. In his early career, he toured and recorded with US artist Steve Taylor and Peter Murphy (formerly of Bauhaus), and went on to join the influential Celtic folk-themed progressive band Iona and later Eden's Bridge. Bryant lives in West Sussex, England, with his wife and their six children (two girls and four boys).

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  • Terl Bryant is a drummer and percussionist, originally from Northamptonshire, England. In his early career, he toured and recorded with US artist Steve Taylor and Peter Murphy (formerly of Bauhaus), and went on to join the influential Celtic folk-themed progressive band Iona and later Eden's Bridge. Bryant lives in West Sussex, England, with his wife and their six children (two girls and four boys).
  • Terl Bryant is an English drummer and percussionist, born in 1961 in Northamptonshire, UK. His early career saw him working with US artist and filmmaker Steve Taylor and later was part of former Bauhaus singer, Peter Murphy's band. During the 90s he went on to join influential folk-themed progressive band Iona and in 1999 joined former Led Zeppelin bassist and multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones (musician) as part of his trio with Chapman stick player Nick Beggs.
  • Terl Bryant is an English drummer and percussionist, born in 1961 in Northamptonshire, UK. His early career saw him working with US artist and filmmaker Steve Taylor and later was part of former Bauhaus singer, Peter Murphy's band. During the 90s he went on to join influential folk-themed progressive band Iona and in 1999 joined former Led Zeppelin bassist and multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones as part of his trio with Chapman stick player Nick Beggs.
  • Terl Bryant is an English musician. His early career saw him working with US artist and filmmaker Steve Taylor and later was part of former Bauhaus singer, Peter Murphy's band. During the 90s he went on to join influential folk-themed progressive band Iona and in 1999 joined former Led Zeppelin bassist and multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones as part of his trio with Chapman stick player Nick Beggs.
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  • Terl Bryant is a drummer and percussionist, originally from Northamptonshire, England. In his early career, he toured and recorded with US artist Steve Taylor and Peter Murphy (formerly of Bauhaus), and went on to join the influential Celtic folk-themed progressive band Iona and later Eden's Bridge. Bryant lives in West Sussex, England, with his wife and their six children (two girls and four boys).
  • Terl Bryant is an English drummer and percussionist, born in 1961 in Northamptonshire, UK. His early career saw him working with US artist and filmmaker Steve Taylor and later was part of former Bauhaus singer, Peter Murphy's band. During the 90s he went on to join influential folk-themed progressive band Iona and in 1999 joined former Led Zeppelin bassist and multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones (musician) as part of his trio with Chapman stick player Nick Beggs.
  • Terl Bryant is an English drummer and percussionist, born in 1961 in Northamptonshire, UK. His early career saw him working with US artist and filmmaker Steve Taylor and later was part of former Bauhaus singer, Peter Murphy's band. During the 90s he went on to join influential folk-themed progressive band Iona and in 1999 joined former Led Zeppelin bassist and multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones as part of his trio with Chapman stick player Nick Beggs.
  • Terl Bryant is an English musician. His early career saw him working with US artist and filmmaker Steve Taylor and later was part of former Bauhaus singer, Peter Murphy's band. During the 90s he went on to join influential folk-themed progressive band Iona and in 1999 joined former Led Zeppelin bassist and multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones as part of his trio with Chapman stick player Nick Beggs.
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