Terri Binion, originally from Eastern North Carolina first picked up the guitar and songwriting at the young age of 10 while living in the Mojave desert in 29 Palms, California near Joshua Tree.  Landscapes, images and the human experience is what informs her muse and inspires the songs she writes and the life she lives. With three albums of stories and a wealth of guest talent including, Lucinda Williams, Missy Raines, Liberty DeVitto, Tommy Malone, John, Magnie, Paul Harris not to mention the list of local, rich talent, there is much to discover at each listen.  From her debut cd, “Leavin’ This Town, to her latest, “The Day After The Night Before”, you will find that Terri Binion is a sage and a force with heart, intelligence and depth.

North Carolina-born Terri Binion writes her folksy Americana ballads with deep-seeded honesty. No stranger to tragedy, the singer-songwriter pours emotion into Long Way Back – a summary of her personal journey through grief and loss.” — Abby Wilt, Southern Living

“Roots-music purism can sometimes engender the dreariest kind of snobbery, but there’s still something wonderful about the right combination of a passionate voice and simple acoustic guitar.” — Jon Young, Mother Jones