Terry Kirkman

Terry Kirkman-CADC-11 is a NADAAC member, and the Clinical Director for MAP, the Musicians” Assistance Program. He is best known for being a founding member of the sixties vocal group, The Association and composer of such songs as Cherish, Enter The Young and Never My Love. He finally quit the concert road in 1984, the year he ended his dependence on drugs and alcohol. Terry’s participation in this project marks the first time he has performed publically as a solo Artist, as well as the first time he has performed “Salina Fats” solo and the way he originally wrote it. Retired from clinical work, Terry now lives with his wife Heidi in Pasadena, CA where he spends time working on three books.