Susan Herndon, along with friends Bob Livingston and Bradley Kopp, will be hosting a singer songwriter clinic at the Texas Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 2. Herndon is an Oklahoma girl and a woman of the world. While the patina of Sooner State red dirt is apparent in everything she sings, her music is more about where she's been than from where she hails. A degree in French led her to south France for many years where her musical odyssey began. "Music really is our universal language," says Susan, "and I do believe that good songs, in any language, can truly touch souls."
Playing around 200 gigs a year for the past decade, Susan shares her passion for song with thousands of kindred spirits throughout Oklahoma, Texas and the American heartland.
Join Susan, Bob and Bradley beginning with a complementary lunch followed by an afternoon of sharing songs and learning techniques that will improve your playing, writing, singing and performing abilities. These professional musicians' experiences and stories will inspire you. Enhance your own technique and style, with the possibility of performing your song at Susan's Live Show on Saturday evening. The lunch and clinic are free of charge, presented by and benefitting Sweetwater Texas Theatre Acquisition and Renovation (STTAR). The event is sponsored by Perfect City Productions and KXOX Radio. For more information, advance registration and lunch reservations call Weston at 325-933-4382 or KXOX at 236-6655.
To hear Susan and learn more, visit susanherndon.com.