Having prearranged all tracks with preliminary rhythm section, bass, guitars and keyboards, he called on Christian Grassart, a brilliant drummer, to lay down the final drum tracks. This was recorded by the excellent sound engineer, Shahim Rafati, at the Studio Mercure in Mougins, together with strings and a brass section that were necessary for a couple of songs."
Jermaine recorded "Save Tomorrow" with Theresa in December 1994 and actively encouraged her to record her other material. The 14 songs on Theresas first CD, "Quiet Storm", were recorded in Geneva, at Dinemec Studio. The album was produced by Matt Clifford who had worked with Mick Jagger on his solo album and toured with the Rolling Stones in 1992.
In 1999 and 2000, Theresa worked with producer Gareth Cousins on a "Clone Your Favorite Lovers" remix which was released as a single in the U.S. together with the original One For The Road version. Gareth is best known for his award-winning music for films such as Dark City and Notting Hill.
Also in 1999 and 2000 Theresa wrote and recorded new material for a second album entitled "Stealing The Show". This album came out at the beginning of 2001. It was mixed by the talented Dave Richards at his legendary Mountain Studios in Montreux - a very exciting and memorable experience! Cooperation with Dave Richards was renewed when working together on "Live at Le Chat Noir".
In 2004, Theresa recorded and released the album "The Other Side" and gave a series of concerts, notably in Paris at the New Morning and at the Arena in Geneva where the band played as the support act for Lionel Richie.
In 2005, following her move to the Mediterranean coast, Theresa formed another band based in Nice and continued performing under her own name. The group featured exceptional musicians including the renowned drummer Felix Sabal Lecco from the Cameroons (Paul Simon, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Prince, Sade), French guitarist Eric Sempé (John McLaughlin, Liz McComb, Chris de Burgh, David Sanborn), Scotsman Neil Gerstenberg on sax and low whistles, Marc Peillon on electric bass (Stephano Di Battista, Gloria Gaynor, Chris de Burgh, Babik Reinhardt) and Claude Tedesco on Piano and violin (David Sanborn, Véronique Sanson). They toured in Belgium and France (see Video), notably at the Transbordeur in Lyon after Robert Plant.
With the help of this international line up of fantastic musicians, Theresa recorded her second solo album “If You Had Only”, released by Sound Business Records in 2007. The songs were arranged by the band and produced by Eric Sempé. The CD was launched at the Caprices Festival in Crans Monstana, Switzerland, where Theresa opened Saturday night concerts featuring Neneh Cherry, as well as R&B queen Erykah Badu (see Video).
In 2008 and 2009, Theresa was asked to perform at several charity events, either alone or accompanied by her friend Kiet Nguyen. At the World Day for Peace in Geneva, she met war-child victim turned artist Emmanuel Jal and sang “Ti Chinja” (which means “Changes”) in public for the first time. In London, she sang at the House of Lords and at Westminster for the organization ZANE. She sang at the Palace in Gstaad for the charity “Innocence en Danger” and performed at several venues including “The Scene” in Geneva.
In 2010, Theresa started working on another project and new compositions. She called upon Claude Tedesco (piano), Alain Ruard (drums), Manu de Costanzo (guitar) and Tony Sgro (bass). They worked together on all the arrangements and recorded the same in 2012 at Studio Marilyn in Cagnes-sur-Mer. Eric Sempé joined the team to produce the album “Twisted Logic Of Love”. Several songs on the album were inspired by political events around the world, in particular “Ti Chinja” (“Changes”), as well as “Where Will I Lay My Head”.
All of THERESA RHODES’ albums, whether solo or with the band ONE FOR THE ROAD, are available worldwide on Amazon, Apple Music and Google Music.