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Tera Ferna, Sound of Curves, the Vantage, Diego Navaira

Tera Ferna is a rock-and-soul band that began as the solo project of singer/songwriter Matt Charles. With the addition of Brandon Kent on jazzy bass and James “Jolly” Perez shredding on lead guitar the group became a solid band. Richard Castillo came roaring in on keys followed by Anthony “Junie” Washington who keeps it tight in the pocket behind the drums. All the members matured individually as artists after several years of playing in various local and touring bands throughout the highly cultural music scene of Texas. Tera Ferna is the collaboration of these talented musicians blending their styles successfully to create a fresh and powerful sound straight out of the Alamo City.

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