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Terri Hendrix to Perform at Tillett Gardens

Jan. 8, 2008 – Tillett Gardens will present first-rate songwriter, instrumentalist and vocalist Terri Hendrix at 8 p.m., on Wednesday, Jan. 23. The Texas-born performer has released nine CDs over the past ten years, including her most recent, "The Spiritual Kind." She won a Grammy for her song "L'il Jack Slade," which the Dixie Chicks have adopted. She is also a businesswoman, who has established and runs her own record label, Willory Records.
Veteran musician Lloyd Maines, who has also produced and worked with the Dixie Chicks, has collaborated with Terri and the two other band members, Glenn Fukanaga and Paul Pearcy, to assemble a varied CD repertoire, which she has taken on the road to many of the United States' most revered musical sites. They are a formidable group of musicians, who can switch around on acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, papoose, lap steel, pedal steel and dobro.
Like Terri Hendrix's CDs, her performances are characterized by their versatility, energy and focus as well as the good-natured and lively stage presence that enhances any concert.
Tickets for the concert are $30; or $70 with the prix fixe dinner; reservations are recommended. Tickets are available at Tillett Gardens in the Tillett Gallery, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekdays.
For more information or to make reservations (dinner is at 6:30 p.m.), call 776-8566 or e-mail artsalive@tillett.net. This program is funded in part by the Virgin Islands Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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