Terry Hunter has traveled the globe sharing his passion for house music. Born and raised in Chicago, Terry built a following by DJing at high school parties, then playing at several seminal Chicago clubs and parties. In 1990, as the Chicago house music sound was exploding internationally, Terry produced his first release, “Madness”, which became an underground hit. While continuing to DJ all over the world, he honed serious production skills, contributing his talents to top artists, including Aretha Franklin, Jennifer Hudson, R. Kelly, Raheem Devaughn, Chantay Savage, Michael Jackson, Mary J. Blige, Estelle, Byron Stingily (of Chicago’s Ten City), and Barbara Tucker. In 2003, Terry launched his own label, T’s Box Records. He has co-written and produced tracks for R&B singer Raheem DeVaughn as well as for Chicago natives Syleena Johnson and Rhymefest. His work includes numerous collaborations, such as 2011’s “Mass Destruction” project with his friend and colleague, DJ/producer Kenny Dope, with whom he remixed Kanye West’s “Addiction”. In 2007, Terry released the global dance classic, “Wonderful”, featuring Chicago songstress Terisa Griffin, and followed that with a well-received remix of Marshall Jefferson’s house music anthem, “Move Your Body” and a hit remix of Avery Sunshine’s “Ugly Part Of Me”. He was named “Producer of the Year” by 5 Magazine in 2009. In 2011, Terry conceived and co-produced the first “Chicago House DJ Day”, bringing together for the first time 100 of the most influential DJs in Chicago house music.