Texas singer-songwriter Terri Hendrix talks about the downside of having a hit record and the song that she wrote for her brother when she was in the 4th grade.
When we last checked into the intrepid folk music hero, Terri Hendrix, she was releasing the first record in a 5 part project she was calling, simply, Project 5. She recently released the final music in an EP, the album Talk To A Human, and a book. I haven’t read the book, but the album […]
Teen angst has been a cornerstone of rock ‘n’ roll since Chuck Berry in the 50’s. Occasionally someone would give a thought to what came next in life–I’m An Adult Now is one of my faves–but generally music’s aesthetic is “I hope I die before I get old…” Somewhere along the way something funny happened, though, […]
By now you’ve seen what most of us were listening to on our MP3 or CD players last year. So I thought I’d add my favorite live sets from last year. 1) Roger Waters: I got a chance to see The Wall at the HP Pavilion in San Jose. Holy cow. As far as I’m […]
Running on all cylinders. In the groove. Hitting the sweet spot. All are descriptors about when everything comes together and suddenly the sum is greater than the parts. They’re also good descriptions of the latest album from the queen of San Marcos, Texas, Terri Hendrix. Her latest release, Cry Till You Laugh, with long-time collaborator […]