Terri Wells (born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was a female R&B/dance singer from the 80s. She began singing in church before she was old enough to sing in clubs.
Terri and a few local friends later formed a group called "City Limits" who were briefly signed to Philadelphia International Records in the mid 70s.
After the group disbanded, she was hired as Dexter Wansel's session singer at the label and for the next few years, she toured & recorded with artists such as Lou Rawls, Jean Carne, MFSB and Leon Huff.
After Dexter retired from live performances, Terri was hired by Roy Ayers, toured in his band and co-wrote the song "Let's Stay Together" for his album "Feelin' Good."
She was the lead singer on Roy's song "Turn Me Loose" and later signed to Roy's record label, Uno Melodic, but nothing was released from her on the label.
After that, Terri continued to co-wrote songs and sing background vocals, but these days, it seems as if she has faded into obscurity.
To see the music video for "I'm Givin' All My Love," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "I'll Be Around," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "You Make it Heaven," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Just Like Dreamin'," go to:
[updated on 06/12/13]