Terry Bello

 

Terry Bello” is a multifaceted media entrepreneur and known for founding the International Soul Music Summit & Film Festival, the 25-year veteran of radio, film, music, media and grass event marketing. National audiences have heard his now legendary voice as passengers on Delta Airlines, on TV at BET and as the host of nationally syndicated radio program The Soul Lounge that aired in 40 markets including Los Angeles and Dallas. Terry has helped to promote and facilitate the careers of many emerging R&B, jazz, Top 40, neo soul and world artists.

Bello’s Multi-Media Personality and Programming career has found him located in Atlanta, New York, London, Paris, Nairobi, Philadelphia, LA, Detroit and Cleveland where he was named Music Director of the Year by Billboard magazine in 2006. His peers have described Bello as a PD/MD in an A&R person’s body. He traverses equally between corporate radio and the vast world of underground music. A consummate professional who demonstrates consistent achievement in broadcast Management, music consultation, event production, project management and various entrepreneurial endeavors that has demonstrated a dynamic ability to develop and manage major cultural events.

More Career Highlights and Milestones:

  • Executive Producer & Creator of Terry Bello’s Cancer Walk for Hope
  • Executive Producer & Creator of Groovenation.com, The first Neo-soul Internet radio station.
  • Executive Producer of the Soul Lounge Vol. 1 (WEA)
  • Executive Producer Heineken Red Soul Star Music compilation series
  • Music Supervisor for over 50 Independent Films worldwide
  • Blog writer for Soul Train & Centric (BET)
  • Appointed to the Grammy voting committee

 

Personal note:

Bello aka “The Voice of Soul” hails out of Brooklyn, NY by the way of Birmingham, Al. Bello has been doing radio since he was 16 years old and has done every position in radio from on-air from promotions to MD to PD to Sales.
He attended Morehouse College then transfer to NYU where he studied music production and radio communications at The Center for Media Arts; he also studied Law for one year at Emory University. Bello is the oldest of four Brothers plus one sister and has six Godchildren. Bello’s biggest victory to date has been a Cancer Survivor for the last 6 years and going very strong. When Bello’s not doing radio or one of his many entrepreneur ventures, he loves spending time with family and good friends plus mentoring the next generation of music lovers and radio broadcasters.

 

Terry also has at least a dozen cousins or more in Nashville and is looking forward to his family and friends to hearing him as the New Host of The Quiet Storm on 92Q.

 

Follow Terry Bello on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/helloterrybello1.

 

Follow Terry Bello on Instagram at @hellotbello.

 

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