Friday, December 13th, 7:30pm. Hosted by House Concerts Unlimited
Where: The Stone Church 4225 W. 5th St. Tulsa, 74127 Time: Doors open at 7pm, show starts 7:30pm Suggested Donation: $20 at the door and DOS and $18 in advance and through PayPal. Click button below to make donation through paypal. RSVP required, as seating is limited. Your paypal donation will serve as your RSVP. If you plan to pay at the door, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org Food: We will provide some finger food and beverages for this event, but any food contribution from you would be much appreciated. Also, feel free to BYOB
REQUEST FROM HOST: Again, I am asking for your consideration in bringing to this show, some non-perishable foods to be distributed to families with food insecurity due to detention or deportation based upon immigrant status. The numbers of famlies are increasing. These are families that won't even come to Iron Gate to get groceries because they are fearful of being arrested. Our social justice group at church is hand delivering groceries. Some of the items needed are dried milk, peanut butter and jelly, pasta, rice, beans, breakfast cereal and canned fruits and vegetables. We will have a basket there at the entrance to the churh, to collect. Thank you for your generosity. Scott Aycock
Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maines "I Found the Lions"
Terri Hendrix is a pioneering independent Texas songwriter who spins sorrow into joy and wrings wisdom from the blues with a poetic grace and engaging melodic flair that has endeared her to three generations of fans around the globe. Recognized by “Acoustic Guitar” Magazine as one of Texas’ 20 essential contemporary singer-songwriters, Hendrix has released 18 albums since her 1996 debut, “Two Dollar Shoes," all on her own Wilory Records label. As the owner of the masters to every album she's ever made, "Terri is truly a self-made woman" (as music legend Al Kooper observed). That autonomy has allowed her the freedom to dodge musical pigeonholes her entire career by weaving folk, pop, country, blues and jazz into an eclectic style all her own, which makes for an energetic and spiritually uplifting live show in any setting, from listening rooms and house concerts to theaters to outdoor festivals. Along the way, she’s also co-written a Grammy-winning instrumental (the Dixie Chicks’ “Lil’ Jack Slade”), and garnered such honors as a star on the South Texas Music Walk of Fame, the Art of Peace Award by Saint Mary’s University in San Antonio, the Distinguished Alumni Award at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, and a 2015 induction into the Women’s Hall of Fame in San Marcos, Texas. But her proudest achievement to date is the OYOU ("Own Your Own Universe"), the 501 C3 non-profit she founded in 2013. Based in Martindale and San Marcos, Texas, the OYOU's mission is to make the arts accessible to everyone, regardless of age, income, social, or mobility issues, through a variety of workshops, concerts, and retreats.
Part of the beauty of Terri Hendrix’s music is she’s among the best at recognizing, writing about and celebrating resilience and common ground, the things we can all cry, and laugh, about.” — Jim Beal Jr., San Antonio Express-News
Lloyd Maines: Few people are as important to the development of Texas music over the last 30 years as Lloyd Maines. As a Grammy award-winning producer and musician, the Lubbock-born Maines has played an instrumental role in the creation of some of the Lone Star State's most famous and beloved albums. Maines began his recording and producing career in 1974. Over the past 40 years, Maines has worked on approximately four-thousand albums alongside some of the most significant figures in country, rock, and Texas music. In addition to his producing credits, Maines is an A-list steel guitar player and multi-instrumentalist. His work has been heard on countless recordings. Maines has been inducted into the Buddy Holly Walk of Fame in Lubbock, Texas, individually and as a member of the Maines Brother's Band. He was inducted into the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame June 2014. He has made more appearances on the PBS show than anyone else in the history of the program.
The Motel Sessions: Monica Taylor
Monica Taylor, the Cimarron Songbird, a nickname given to her by Jimmy Lafave and Bob Childers because of her unique singing style and her home near the Cimarron river — tells stories from the heart and from her Cherokee, Scottish & Irish heritage. A songwriter of songs about home, red dirt roads & fence posts, trains & rivers, and love & yearning.