Dallas Morning News
There's barely anything country about Terri Hendrix’s music, but she’s certainly an Americana artist. Her voice, her songs and her effervescent personality are the essence of joyful folk music. There’s a salt-of-the-earth spark that resonates in her performances, whether on CD or onstage. The San Antonio native, who currently lives in San Marcos, is part of the all-encompassing Texas music movement. And, like many of her contemporaries, she’s been doing it herself since 1996, when she formed her own label, Wilory Records, and released her debut effort, Two Dollar Shoes. Ms. Hendrix’s new album, The ring, is another one of her intriguing, hard-to-categorize gems full of unconventional tunes such as "Goodbye Charlie Brown" and "From Another Planet."