Music Veteran Terry Woods Jumps the Broom and Gets Married

Music Veteran Terry Woods Jumps the Broom and Gets Married


Nashville, TN : Central South Music Distribution's Director of Distribution Terry Woods recently married Missa Pruitt on July 26, 2008 at the Union Chapel Baptist Church in Pruitt's hometown of Huntsville, TN by Pastor Wendell O. Davis.

Woods' sisters and his recording artist brother Jerard Woods and Jerard's wife, Jovaun, all sang in tribute of the occasion.

The couple met through a blind date. "My friend, percussionist Marcus Finnie introduced us after many months of saying, `I have someone I want you to meet.' I was very hesitant about the meeting but he invited Missa to hang out with us without my knowledge and all it took was a handshake and I knew she was special."

Over 350 family and friends attended along side Grammy-nominated singer/pianist Angie Winans, Grammy-winning producer Cedric Caldwell, retail marketing specialist Roderick Jemison, Pastor Kiwanis Hockett and others. The couple honeymooned in Cancun Mexico.

In addition to his duties at Central South where he has signed artists such as Vickie Winans and Martha Munizzi, Woods also runs Found Sound Music Group. He is also a gifted songwriter who's composed songs such as "I'm Gonna Make It" for "BET Bobby Jones Gospel" regular Ann McCrary and Jerard Woods' smash single, "Who?."

Terry also served as executive producer for Dexter Walker & Zion Movement, the Chicago based choir on his label. Missa is a dance instructor for Vanderbilt University and Nashville Ballet. The couple now resides in Nashville , TN.


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