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Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2017, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Terri Hendrix, which she submitted to this site on Tuesday 5 September 2017.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Terri Hendrix who has made a special contribution to a unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.

Terri Hendrix

Terri Hendrix
This quote was submitted on Tuesday 5 September 2017.

'Gene Watson is an incredible singer and performer.

He represents an era of music where the lyrics were as important as the star interpreting them.

Gene Watson is class, substance, and musicianship.

It's a rare combination in our industry these days.

He is wonderful!


Thank you, Terri Hendrix, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Terri Hendrix...

Terri Hendrix

Terri Hendrix, who was born on Tuesday 13 February 1968, is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and independent artist from San Marcos in Texas.

Terri Hendrix has been offering an eclectic brand of Americana, encompassing folk, pop, country, blues and jazz, for more than two decades.

To date, Terri Hendrix has seen the release of fourteen albums on her own Wilory Records label, co-written the Grammy Award-winning song 'Lil' Jack Slade' by Dixie Chicks and, in 2011, saw the publication of a book, 'Cry Til You Laugh: The Part That Ain’t Art'.

Known for her live shows and positive energy, Terri Hendrix says she lives by the adage 'own your own universe', a lyric from one of her earliest songs.
Terri Hendrix: 'Own Your Own Universe'
In addition to writing and performing, Terri Hendrix conducts songwriting workshops, both inside and outside of Texas, and has established a non-profit community arts center in San Marcos, OYOU ('Own Your Own Universe'), offering educational and therapeutic arts programs, including for those who face neurological challenges or physical disabilities.

Terri Hendrix: 'Two Dollar Shoes' (Tycoon Cowgirl Records, 1996)

In 1996, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Two Dollar Shoes' (Tycoon Cowgirl Records, 1996), which was produced and engineered by Mark Rubenstein, and included the following tracks:

'Cathy's Corner'
'Know What You Hold'
'Last'
'Eagle'
'Somebody Like You'
'The Sister's Song'
'Two Dollar Shoes'
'Where The Crossroads End'
'Stones'
'Moon On The Water'

Terri Hendrix's 'Two Dollar Shoes' (Tycoon Cowgirl Records, 1996) was remixed and re-mastered by Lloyd Maines, and was re-released on Wilory Records in 1998.

Terri Hendrix: 'Wilory Farm' (Wilory Records, 1998)

In 1998, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Wilory Farm' (Wilory Records, 1998), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'Flowers'
'Walk On Me'
'Wallet'
'Sister's Apartment'
'Love Like This'
'Hole in My Pocket'
'Gravity'
'The Know How'
'Lluvia De Estrellas'
'Albert, The Perfect Friend'
'Wind Me Up'
'The Last Song'

Terri Hendrix: 'Live' (Tycoon Cowgirl Records, 1999)

In 1999, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Terri Hendrix: Live' (Tycoon Cowgirl Record / Wilory Records, 1999), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'The Know How'
'Two Dollar Shoes'
'Le Mazet'
'Fisherman's Blues'
'Sister's Song'
'Wallet'
'You Mangled My Dog'
'Clicker'
'Dana Blues'
'Who Needs You'
'Blue Eyed Cowboy'
'Gravity'
'Take Me Places'
'If Love Was a Train'
'Wind Me Up'

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'Terri Hendrix: Live' (Tycoon Cowgirl Record / Wilory Records, 1999) included the following:

Terri Hendrix (vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica, papoose)
Lloyd Maines (guitar, steel guitar, Dobro)
Glenn Fukunaga (bass)
Paul Pearcy (drums)

Terri Hendrix's 'Terri Hendrix: Live' (Tycoon Cowgirl Record / Wilory Records, 1999) was recorded at Cibolo Creek Country Club, an old original Texas Dance Hall, on Friday 5 March 1999.

Terri Hendrix: 'Places in Between' (Wilory Records, 2000)

In 2000, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Places in Between' (Wilory Records, 2000), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'Prelude'
'Goodtime Van'
'It's a Given'
'Places in Between'
'Wish'
'Eagles'
'Intro'
'Joy or Sorrow'
'My Own Place'
'Throw My Love
'Invisible Girl'
'Motherless Children'
'Fair'
'Reprise'
'Moon on The Water'

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'Places in Between' (Wilory Records, 2000) included the following:

Terri Hendrix (vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar, papoose, mandolin, mouth harp)
Lloyd Maines (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar, baritone guitar, papoose, mandolin, Dobro, tambourine, vocals)
Glenn Fukunaga (bass)
Paul Pearcy (drums, percussion)
Bukka Allen (accordion, keyboards)
Riley Osbourn (keyboards)
Richard Bowden (cello, violin)
Danny Barnes (banjo)
John Mills (horns)
George Morgan (penny whistle)

Terri Hendrix: 'Terri Hendrix: Live in San Marcos' (Wilory Records, 2001)

In 2001, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Terri Hendrix: Live in San Marcos' (Wilory Records, 2001), which was produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix, and included the following tracks:

'Intro'
'Goodtime Van'
'Fishing Blues'
'Hole in My Pocket'
'Walk On Me'
'Get Up'
'Don't Pet The Dog'
'Fair'
'Love Like This'
'All Woman'
'Old Joe Clark'
'My Own Place'
'Flowers'
'Country John'
'New Orleans'
'Crossroads'
'Born To Be Wild'

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'Terri Hendrix: Live in San Marcos' (Wilory Records, 2001) included the following:

Terri Hendrix (vocals, papoose, guitar, harmonica, mandolin)
Lloyd Maines (guitar, steel guitar, mandolin, papoose, Dobro, vocals, jangle)
Paul Pearcy (percussion, drums)
Glenn Fukunaga (bass)

Terri Hendrix's 'Terri Hendrix: Live in San Marcos' (Wilory Records, 2001) was recorded at Cheatham Street Warehouse, 119 Cheatham Street in San Marcos, Texas.

Dixie Chicks: 'Home' (Monument Records, 2002)

Dixie Chicks recorded Terri Hendrix's 'Lil' Jack Slade' (co-written with Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines and Emily Robison) and included the track on 'Home' (Monument Records, 2002).

Terri Hendrix: 'The Ring' (Wilory Records, 2002)

In 2002, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'The Ring' (Wilory Records, 2002), which was produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix, and included the following tracks:

'Goodbye Charlie Brown'
'Spinning Off'
'I Found The Lions'
'Truth is Strange'
'From Another Planet'
'Long Time Coming'
'Consider Me'
'Nightwolves'
'The Fact Is'
'The Ring'
'Prayer For My Friends'

Terri Hendrix: 'Friendswood & Beyond' (Wilory Records, 2004)

In 2004, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Friendswood & Beyond' (Wilory Records, 2004), which was produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix, and included the following tracks:

'Fishing Blues'
'Charie Brown'
'Wallet'
'Hole in My Pocket'
'Places in Between'
'Know How'
'Goodtime Van'
'I Found The Lions'
'My Own Place'
'Eagles'
'Get Up'
'Dana Blues'
'Take Me Places'
'Sister's Song'
'Old Joe Clark'

Terri Hendrix's 'Friendswood & Beyond' (Wilory Records, 2004) was a 'Bootleg Recording Compilation'.

Terri Hendrix: 'The Art of Removing Wallpaper' (Wilory Records, 2004)

In 2004, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'The Art of Removing Wallpaper' (Wilory Records, 2004), which was produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix, and included the following tracks:

'Breakdown'
'Enjoy The Ride'
'It's About Time'
'One Way'
'Judgment Day'
'Monopoly'
'One Night Stand'
'I Need Love'
'Jeannie's Song'
'Quiet Me'
'Long Ride Home'
'Hey Now'

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'The Art of Removing Wallpaper' (Wilory Records, 2004) included the following:

Terri Hendrix (vocals, harmony vocals, guitar, harmonica, mandolin, papoose)
Lloyd Maines (harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin, Dobro, steel guitar, papoose, banjo)
Glenn Fukunaga (bass, upright bass)
Paul Pearcy (drums, percussion)
Adam Odor (accordion)
Riley Osbourn (keyboards)
Matt Wiedemann (drum programming, samples)
Bonnie Whitmore (cello)
Eleanor Whitmore (violin)
Bonnie and Eleanor (harmony vocals on 'Breakdown')
Ruthie Foster and Cyd Cassone (harmony vocals on 'Judgment Day' and 'Monopoly')

Terri Hendrix's 'The Art of Removing Wallpaper' (Wilory Records, 2004) was re-released, by Wilory Records, in 2012.

Terri Hendrix: 'Celebrate The Difference' (Wilory Records, 2005)

In 2005, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Celebrate The Difference' (Wilory Records, 2005), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'Peggy The Goat'
'Celebrate The Difference'
'Play Ball'
'Get Your Goat On'
'First Place'
'I Want To Be Your Friend'
'Invisible Friend'
'Car, Car'
'Nerves'
'Critters'
'A Place in The Choir'
'Lluvia De Estrellas'
'Yeah, Yeah, Yeah'
'Walkin' On The Moon'
'Peggy The Goat' (reprise)

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'Celebrate The Difference' (Wilory Records, 2005) included the following:

Terri Hendrix (vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, harmonica)
Lloyd Maines (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, papoose, mandolin, steel guitar, banjo, electric bass, vocals)
Glenn Fukunaga (upright bass, ukulele)
Paul Pearcy (percussion)
Riley Osbourn (keyboards)
Dennis Ludiker (fiddle)
Noah Jeffries (mandolin)
Mark Rubin (tuba)
Stan Smith (clarinet)
Mark 'Speedy' Gonzalez (trombone)
Joel Guzman (accordion)
Declan Maguire, Slade Pasdar, Danielle Meador, Jacy Meador, Rainey Tsukifuji, Carolene Tsukifuji and Lily Remmert (Kids Choir)

Terri Hendrix's 'Celebrate The Difference' (Wilory Records, 2005) was described as 'one for the kids!'

Terri Hendrix: 'The Spiritual Kind' (Wilory Records, 2007)

In 2007, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'The Spiritual Kind' (Wilory Records, 2007), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'Life's a Song'
'Bottom of a Hill'
'The Spiritual Kind'
'Pastures of Plenty'
'Acre of Land'
'What is The Colour of The Soul'
'Soul of My Soul'
'Things Change'
'No Love in Texas'
'Jim Thorpe's Blues'
'If I Had a Daughter'
'Mood Swing'

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'The Spiritual Kind' (Wilory Records, 2007) included the following:

Adam Odor and Bukka Allen (accordian)
Glenn Fukanaga (bass)
Richard Bowden (cello, fiddle)
Paul Pearcy (drums, percussion)
Lloyd Maines (guitar, mandolin, Dobro, dulcimer, banjo, pedal steel guitar, harmonium, harmony vocals)
Michael O'Connor and Walt Wilkins (harmony vocals)
Riley Osbourn (keyboards)
Terri Hendrix (vocals, guitar, harmonica, mandolin)

Terri Hendrix: 'The Spiritual Kind on The Road' (Wilory Records, 2007)

It was also in 2007 when Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'The Spiritual Kind on The Road' (Wilory Records, 2007), which was produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix, and included the following tracks:

'Two Dollar Shoes'
'Where The Crossroads End'
'Joy or Sorrow'
'Long Ride Home'
'Pastures of Plenty'
'Spiritual Kind'
'One Way'
'Spinning Off'
'New Orleans'
'Born To Be Wild'
'Hole in My Pocket'
'Late Night Conversations About The Kid's 'Celebrate The Difference'
'Monopoly'
'Things Change'
'Acre of Land'
'Throws Like a Girl'
'The Ring'
'Take Me Places'
'The Last Song / Prayer For My Friends'

Terri Hendrix's 'The Spiritual Kind on The Road' (Wilory Records, 2007) was a 'Bootleg Recording Compilation'.

Terri Hendrix: 'Left Over Alls' (Wilory Records, 2008)

In 2008, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Left Over Alls' (Wilory Records, 2008), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'Posey Road Stomp'
'Wallet'
'Blue Eyed Cowboy'
'Bring 'Em All In'
'Be Willing' (Anne's Song)
'Bottom of The Hill 2'
'Waiting on Trains'
'Summer Fly'
'Hole in My Pocket'
'Wilderness Song'
'Rockin' On The River'
'Walkin' On The Moon'
'Give Me My Flowers'

Terri Hendrix: 'Christmas on Wilory Farm' (Wilory Records, 2008)

In 2008, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Christmas on Wilory Farm (Wilory Records, 2008), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'Do You Hear What I Hear'
'Away in a Manger'
'Christmas in August'
'Declan's Cookie'
'I Heard The Bells'

Terri Hendrix: 'Cry Till You Laugh' (Wilory Records, 2010)

In 2010, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Cry Till You Laugh' (Wilory Records, 2010), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'Wail Theory' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Slow Down' (written by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix)
'Automatic' (written by Jon Michael Sumler)
'Hand Me Down Blues' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Roll On' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Einstein's Brain' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'You Belong in New Orleans' (written by Ike Eichenberg)
'Sometimes' (written by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix)
'The Berlin Wall' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Hand Me Down Blues' (reprise) (written by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix)
'1000 Times' (written by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix)
'Hula Mary' (written by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix)
'Come Tomorrow' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Whatachoice' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Take Me Places' (written by Ike Eichenberg)

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'Cry Till You Laugh' (Wilory Records, 2010) included the following:

Lloyd Maines (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, papoose, gitjo, banjo, steel dulcimer, steel mandotar, percussion, harmony vocals)
Glen Fukunaga (bass guitar, ukulele)
Pat Manske (drums, percussion, keyboards)
Richard Bowden (fiddle, cello)
Drew Womack (harmony vocals)
Riley Osbourn (piano, keyboards)
John Mills (saxophone, clarinet)
Mark 'Speedy' Gonzalez (trombone)
Terri Hendrix (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica, papoose, mandolin)

Terri Hendrix: 'Love You Strong: Project 5.1' (Wilory Records, 2016)

In 2016, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'Love You Strong: Project 5.1' (Wilory Records, 2016), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'Feel The Time' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Vulnerable' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Love You Strong' (written by Terri Hendrix and Dana Pendland Jones)
'The Rant' (written by Teri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines)
'The Texas Star' (written by Teri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines)
'Calle de los Niños' (written by Teri Hendrix)
'Northern Lights' (written by Teri Hendrix)
'Earth-Kind Rose' (written by Teri Hendrix)
'Fifty Shades of Hey' (written by Teri Hendrix)
'Found' (written by Teri Hendrix)
'Mingulay Boat Song' (traditional / arrangement by Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines)

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'Love You Strong: Project 5.1' (Wilory Records, 2016) included the following:

Terri Hendrix (, acoustic guitar, harmonica, banjo, ukulele, papoose, harmony vocals)
Lloyd Maines (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pedal steel guitar, Dobro, mandolin, banjo, papoose, baritone guitar, bass guitar, harmony vocals)
Glenn Fukunaga (bass)
Pat Manske and John Silva (drums, percussion)
Riley Osbourn (keyboards)
Bukka Allen (accordion)
Dennis Ludiker (fiddle)
Eliza Gilkyson (harmony vocals on 'Texas Star')
Drew Womack (harmony vocals on 'Mingulay Boat Song')

Terri Hendrix: 'The Slaughterhouse Sessions: Project 5.2' (Wilory Records, 2016)

In 2016, Terri Hendrix saw the release of 'The Slaughterhouse Sessions: Project 5.2' (Wilory Records, 2016), which was produced by Lloyd Maines, and included the following tracks:

'The News' (written by Terri Hendrix)
'Bury The Devil' (written by Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines)
'Trouble's On Your Mind' (written by Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines)
'Ain’t It a Shame' (written by Elder Roma Wilson)
'I Will Arise' (written by J.Hart / traditional / arranged by Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines)
'One of These Mornings' (written by J.C. Burris)
'Crocodile Man' (written by David Robert Carter)
'Call You To The Carpet' (written by Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines)
'The Lowdown' (written by Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines)
'Double Shift Tuesday' (written by Terri Hendrix and Slaid Cleaves)
'Sun of The Soul', which was written by Alvin Pleasant (A.P.) Delaney Carter (15 December 1891 - Monday 7 November 1960)

Personnel involved in the recording of Terri Hendrix's 'The Slaughterhouse Sessions: Project 5.2' (Wilory Records, 2016) included the following:

Terri Hendrix (vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, harmony vocals)
Lloyd Maines (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, banjo, papoose, bass guitar, harmony vocals)
Leeann Atherton (harmony vocals on 'Bury The Devil' and 'Call You To The Carpet')
Glenn Fukunaga (bass)
Pat Manske (drums, percussion)
John Silva (drums, percussion)
Riley Osbourn (keyboards)
Bukka Allen (accordion)



Terri Hendrix Awards

• 
Grammy Award for 'Best Country Instrumental Performance', in 2002, for co-writing Dixie Chicks' 'Lil' Jack Slade'

• Texas Music Magazine
1 Top 50 Albums in Texas History - 'Wilory Farm' (Wilory Records, 1998)

• Austin Chronicle, Austin Music Awards Music Poll
1 'Best Folk Act'
2 'Best Singer/Songwriter'
3 'Best New Band'

• Austin American-Statesman Austin Music Critics' Poll
1 'Best New Artist'

• San Antonio Current Music Awards / Best of San Antonio
1 'Best Folk / Acoustic & Best Country Band'
2 'Songwriter of The Year'
3 Female Entertainer of The Year'
4 'Female Vocalist of The Year'

Honours
South Texas Walk of Fame
St. Mary's University Art of Peace Award
Distinguished Alumnus, Hardin Simmons University

Terri Hendrix

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