Terry Conway is an excellent singer with a distinctive voice and a fine repertoire of English and Scottish traditional ballads, Irish songs, and other traditional folksongs, many with a historical subject. For a number of years he took a regular busking stance in Morpeth which may well have honed his declaratory style. He is also a songwriter and some of his own songs have been taken up by such luminaries as Kathryn Tickell and Rachel Unthank and the Winterset. He usually accompanies himself on guitar but is a fine unaccompanied singer. His partner Liz Law often accompanies Terry on Appalachian dulcimer and occasionally on hammer dulcimer and has been known to put occasional harmonies to a chorus. Terry has taken part in the Border Ballad competition at Newcastleton and was a guest at the Living Tradition Summer School in Dundee in 2009. He has recorded a couple of superb CDs.