Terron Brooks, two-time NAACP Award nominated singer-songwriter, actor and writer announces the release of his new inspirational single “Tomorrow,” available for download May 7.
The beloved anthem from Annie, written by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, comes as the world heals and looks ahead.
“Today we are on the verge of coming out of a dark, uncertain time. ‘Tomorrow’ is a song that epitomizes hope. Hopefully, listeners experience a fresh take on an iconic song, and they will journey with me as the sun shines again,” Brooks says.
The dynamic and powerful “Tomorrow” is the first single from Terron’s forthcoming album The Soul of Broadway from Mercia Records with distribution through SONY MUSIC/The Orchard Internationally. Due this fall, the album reimagines Broadway songs, taking them out of the theater and bringing them to new audiences for everyday life. The album’s title comes from the critically acclaimed concert production co-created by and starring Brooks.
In addition to new music, on May 18 Brooks is launching his podcast, Honest Answers, which he calls a “space for discovery and inspiration.”
“I wanted to create a platform where my guests, who are creative forces in the world, could have an opportunity to reveal parts of their story they never shared before,” says Brooks. “I believe we are strongest when we are honest.”
Throughout his career, Brooks has traveled all over the world, performing with Phil Collins, Matthew Morrison and national symphony orchestras. Terron is widely recognized for his critically acclaimed role as the great Eddie Kendricksin the Emmy Award-winning NBC mini-series The Temptations.
On stage, Brooks received an Ovation Award nomination for his role in Sweet Charity. He also delighted audiences on Broadway in Disney’s The Lion King and Hairspray. With the innate need to give back and motivate, he released his first book, Something GoOD on the Table: Practical Proverbs for the Soul in 2018.
While Terron celebrates and honors his past accomplishments, his focus is on creating new art and inspiration for “Tomorrow.”