Oct. 15, Winter Wind Concert, Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maines, 7:00 pm, $20
Grammy winner Terri Hendrix, joined by Lloyd Maines, will bring her genre-jumping music and
charismatic stage presence to the intimate Winter Wind setting. A classically trained vocalist and deft
multi-instrumentalist (guitar, mandolin and harmonica), Hendrix is a firm believer in the theory that
“life’s too short for one genre,” dodging musical pigeonholes alongside legendary producer Lloyd
Maines (guitar, dobro, pedal steel), in an eclectic style all her own. “ … She is the consummate triple
threat, excelling as a songwriter, performer and recording artist… she seems equally comfortable with
blues, folk, story songs, ballads, folk-rock, country and a surprisingly fresh take on New Orleans-style
jazz and jazz swing” says Jim Lipson in Tucson Weekly. https://www.terrihendrix.com/
Winter Wind/Jazz in June collaborative concerts are made possible in part by grants from the Norman Arts Council and the Oklahoma Arts Council, and by numerous corporate and individual sponsors.
The Depot, located in the historic Santa Fe Train Depot, produces Summer Breeze, Winter Wind and Whistle Stop Concerts, Gallery Exhibitions, Second Sunday Poetry Readings, and manages the rental of the Norman Depot for weddings, meetings, parties and other events. The Depot, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to creating and presenting excellent and innovative fine arts programming for the enrichment and education of the community.
Jazz In June Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, preservation, and perpetuation of jazz and related musical forms. Jazz In June was founded in 1984 by the Norman Arts and Humanities Council and Cimarron Opera. The Jazz in June festival has since developed into a much-anticipated annual event, featuring three evenings of outdoor concerts, related artist clinics, public radio programs and public jazz and blues jam sessions attended by a total of some 50,000 people per year. Past performers include David Sanborn, Chuck Mangione, the Ellis Marsalis Quartet and Duke Ellington Small Band. ###