© 2021 WFAE
90.7 Charlotte 93.7 Southern Pines 90.3 Hickory 106.1 Laurinburg
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Terri Hendrix On Mountain Stage

Terri Hendrix (right) performs on Mountain Stage in 2001.
Terri Hendrix (right) performs on Mountain Stage in 2001.

Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines made their first appearance together on Mountain Stage in May of 2001. A native of Texas, Hendrix has become one of the most respected and in-demand singer-songwriters in the broad and free-wheeling Americana genre, having songs covered by everyone to Ruthie Foster to The Dixie Chicks.

She's backed on guitar by multi-instrumentalist Lloyd Maines. A musician's musician in the truest sense, Maines played pedal steel on Uncle Tupelo's landmark Anodyne, and won a Grammy for producing the Dixie Chicks' acclaimed album Home – which also included tune ""Lil' Jack Slade," which was penned by non other than Terri Hendrix. The father of Dixie Chick frontwoman Natalie Maines, Lloyd Maines has played a key roll on each of their albums.

Set List

  • "Wallet"
  • "Sister's Song"
  • "Take Me Places"
  • Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.