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- Terry's son Andrew begins playing drums for a local California band called The Sarah Abrams Attack Tank. (Source: Leah Terrell)
- Tribute: The Songs of Andrae Crouch is released on Warner Brothers. Alex MacDougall contributed vocals.
- Terry begins writing the memoirs of his life in Christian music.
- The Giovanni Audiori catalog surveys it's readers to find out what songs they wanted Terry to perform at Cornerstone. Out of the hundreds of entries, the #1 choice was "Walls of Doubt". Terry performed the song at Cornerstone and mentioned the survey.
May 8, 1997
- The Choir's live album Let It Fly is released on Tattoo Records. Tim Chandler played bass, and cowrote "Kissers and Killers", and "Sad Face".
June 14, 1997
- Doug Doyle masters the FarmBeetles recordings at Digital Dog studios, eleven years after the project was started.
- TST & Friends perform in Bushnell, Illinois at Cornerstone.
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- Terry films about 30 minutes of footage for the 700 club, a tour of Cornerstone for a livelier-than-normal cardboard Pat Robertson. None of the footage has aired because the 700 Club found it too "controversial".
- Terry's soundtrack to the Neverhood is released at Cornerstone.
- Terry's Ten Gallon Hat EP (preview pre-release of John Wayne) is released at Cornerstone. Only 1000 copies were printed.
- Terry also takes part in a press conference at the fest. After the press conference, Terry went back to the Stunt booth and played some songs on his acoustic guitar.
September 11, 1997
- Celtic Psalms is released on Straightway. Alex MacDougall was the executive producer.
November 1, 1997
- Phil Madeira's 3 Horse Shoes is released on Stunt Records. Terry sings backing vocals on "Christmas this Year".
- Terry spent a couple of weeks in Nashville, writing songs with Derri Daugherty, Phil Madeira and Steve Hindalong for Derri's upcoming solo project.
- Terry has agreed to be the head of west coast A&R for the Killen Music Group (KMG Records), a Nashville-based record label. This label, owned by Buddy Killen (Hank Williams' bass player, producer of Heartbreak Hotel, etc.) will be predominantly Christian and has acquired the old Frontline catalog.
November 11, 1997
- Jai's Heaven is released on BMG/RCA. Rob Watson is credited with programming and cowriting the tracdk "Don't Give Me Away" with Joel Bogen and Jason Rowe.