Susan Herndon will appear in the Back Room of the Barton County Arts Center at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Seats are $10, and may be reserved at the Arts Center, located at Forest and Main, weekday afternoons, or call 792-3097 or e-mail email@example.com.
Herndon is in the process of recording her fifth album. According to her social network site, her last album, "1,000 Pies," "contains tunes ranging from sweet acoustic ballads to straight-up country, rock and roll, and even a little red dirt jazz — skipping with ease between genres and showing hints of her inner bohemian." She began performing when she moved from Oklahoma to France, "first busking in the streets, then playing regularly with a group of fellow-vagabonds." In recent years she has toured regularly in Europe and the United States. "Her album credits are a who’s who of some of Oklahoma’s best musicians (but) Herndon is best experienced live — and she loves a live show, maintaining a commitment to the fun, camaraderie, and love through the mystery and beauty and power of song."
This program is presented in part by the Kansas Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, and with local underwriting from Barton County, the City of Great Bend and CPI Qualified Plan Consultants.