Terry Kitchen

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Terry Kitchen (born Max Pokrivchak in Phillipsburg, New Jersey[1][2]) is an American folk singer-songwriter. He grew up in Bethlehem and Easton, Pennsylvania and Findlay, Ohio and attended college at Occidental College and the Guitar Institute of Technology.

After college, he moved to Boston and fronted the 1980s pop/rock band Loose Ties before moving on to a solo career in acoustic music. He has performed in New England coffeehouses and folk festivals, as well as nationally, ever since.

He derived his stage name from a character in Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.'s 1988 novel, Bluebeard. Vonnegut's Terry Kitchen was a talented member of the Abstract Expressionist movement.

Discography[edit]

  • Max Po-KRIV-chak (1991)
  • Blues and Grace (1993)
  • I Own This Town (1995)
  • Blanket (1997)
  • Blues for Cain & Abel (1999)
  • Perpendicular Universe: Loose Ties 1982-1988 (2001) (with Loose Ties)
  • Right Now (2002)
  • That's How It Used To Be (2004)
  • heaven here on earth (2006)
  • Summer to Snowflakes (2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff. "Life in the fast lane", Home News Tribune, March 14, 2003. Accessed March 14, 2011. Terry Kitchen's easy tuneful and contemplative folk sounds are sure to make for a warm evening of music wherever he plays. The Phillipsburg native is based in Boston these days and he's set to perform at thee Mine Street Coffeehouse in New Brunswick tomorrow night..."
  2. ^ Terry Kitchen's Home Page, accessed April 13, 2007. "Born in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, Kitchen grew up first in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania..."

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