Good Stuff Thursday July 28th, 2011 with Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines

Date 28 July 2011

 Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines on

Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines on “Good Stuff”

In addition to winning several local music awards in San Antonio and Austin (including “Best Singer-Songwriter,” “Best Folk Act” and “Best New Band”), Hendrix co-wrote a Grammy-winning instrumental (“Lil’ Jack Slade”) on the Dixie Chicks’ multi-platinum “Home” album. But the biggest professional and personal honors of her career have all come about in the last year.

In 2010, she was inducted into the South Texas Music Walk of Fame in Corpus Christi, joining such Lone Star luminaries as Guy Clark, Kris Kristofferson and Doug Sahm. She also received the Art of Peace Award from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, honoring her for creating art in the service of peace, justice and human understanding. And in February 2011, she returned to Abilene to receive an Outstanding Alumni Award by Hardin-Simmons University; the award is given each year to three alumni who have attained outstanding achievements in their field of endeavor, community, state or nation. terrihendrix.com

Lloyd Maines, multi-instrumentalist, Grammy-award producer of some of the finest CDs that come out of Texas (and father of Dixie Chick Natalie Maines) is Terri’s right hand man on her tour, adding sweet, deft, tasteful licks and harmonies to her music.




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Good Stuff, Thursday March 12th, 2009 with Paul Barrere of Little Feat

Date 12 March 2009

Kim is joined by Felton Pruitt as she gets a call from Paul Barrere of Little Feat about being on the road for 40 years his upcoming performance at The Center For The Arts on March 14th with Fred Tackett of Little Feat as Paul & Fred – The Acoustic Duo




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Good Stuff, Thursday March 12th, 2009 with Andrew and Noah Van Norstrand

Date 12 March 2009

Kim is joined in the studio by the very talented acoustic duo of Andrew and Noah Van Norstrand on their way to a house concert on Grass Valley. They wowed the house at the KVMR studios and I think you’ll hear from these guys again!




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