Terry Ohms, the solo project and alter ego for Vulture Whale frontman, Wes McDonald will be releasing his fourth offering, A Lot More Than Enough, in October of 2017 on Cornelius Chapel Records.

The five song ep covers a varying musical swath; from the extended morphing opener, “Emotional Comeback”, to the piano driven “The Further We Run” and “Ghost”, to the country love of the title track, “A Lot More Than Enough”, capping the ep off with the EDM shorty, “Let’s Go Meet The Neighbors”.

The name Terry Ohms originates from McDonald’s former Athens, GA quartet, The Ohms, who released two albums in the early 2000’s. “We all had Ohms names. I was Terry; and there was Ron Ohms, Lance Ohms, and Guilty Glenn Ohms.” McDonald says. When not being the frontman and principle songwriter for Birmingham, AL rock band, Vulture Whale, McDonald becomes Terry Ohms to put forth eclectic collections of songs that don’t quite fit the four-piece rock band thang.  

McDonald recorded this album himself and played all the instruments at Terry’s House studio in Birmingham, AL.

Previous Terry Ohms releases :

Terry Ohms Plays Wes McDonald (EP)

What Do You Mean, What Do I Mean? (LP)

Terry Ohms Gets Emotional (EP)


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