About Terry Musselman

Terry Musselman plays piano with the trio and performs solo at various restaurants and country clubs in southeast Pennsylvania.

Terry grew up loving music. His father is Leonard Musselman, the bassist of the Trio, and from an early age, Terry learned how to play the piano. In high school he was a member of the Nosecones, a group of five musicians that were well-known in the Quakertown area for playing jazz and rock at various area events. He also played piano for local events for such organizations at the Rotary Club.

Throughout college, Terry played with many local musicians. In the mid-1960s, he met Gerald Gerber, a drummer. They played jobs at such places as the Hotel Americas in Allentown and area American Legions, until Terry's father Leonard Musselman joined the group as bassist, and the ensemble was officially named The Terry Randall Trio. They began playing regularly at The Well House in Allentown in 1970 and continued there when the restaurant became The Black Forest Chalet. In the mid-nineties, the Terry Randall Trio began its long run of regular appearances at Krista's Restaurant at the Holiday Inn in Bethlehem.

Terry continues to play many solo piano jobs on his own, and has been a yearly entertainer at Bethlehem's famous Christkindlmarkt. In late 2008, he began regular performances at Quakertown's McCoole's Red Lion Inn.

Terry is featured as the pianist on professional soprano Jennifer Graf's CDs, Tidings of Christmas (2006) and Echoes of Christmas Past (2009).