Terry Jolley is currently co-director of the Siegel Middle School Band. Prior to this appointment, he served
as co-director at Blackman High School in Murfreesboro for two years and the Associate Director of bands at
Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro for six years. Before taking the position at MTSU, he was
co-director of bands at John Overton High School in Nashville, Tn, and served as director of bands at Warren County
High School in McMinnville, TN.
Mr. Jolley serves as a guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator throughout the Southeast, is an active
consultant for numerous bands. Terry is currently the conductor of the Tennessee Valley Winds: an adult
community band based in Murfreesboro, TN. He is also a member of the Band of Blue Alumni Club and holds
the office of Past-President. His company, Jolley & Associates, Inc. provides educational support to many
high school and college bands throughout the region and is a sponsor of a regional leadership camp, Positive
Performance Concepts. He has published drill designer with Arranger's Publishing Company and has published
arrangements with Row-loff Productions. He has served as Director of The Governor's School for the Arts, served
on the staff of Memphis Sound Drum Corps and now serves on the board for the Music City Youth in Performing Arts.
Mr. Jolley has been awarded four citations of excellence by the National Band Association, was selected to
Who's Who Among American Teachers on four occasions, was the recipient of the National Collegiate Music Award in
1998, and was inducted into the MTSU Band of Blue Club Hall of Fame in 2000.