Weaver to perform at Mountain View | PostIndependent.com

Weaver to perform at Mountain View

Remove the wrapper from Terri Lynn Weaver’s work and unveil the soul of this musician, an artist who sings from the heart and has carved a special place with those who hear her message.

Weaver will be performing at Mountain View Church Sunday, Aug. 24, at 7 p.m. This is a free concert and is open to all.

Although influenced by a vast array of artists from Emmy Lou Harris to Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan to Tom Petty, and Ralph Stanley to the Rolling Stones, Weaver’s music is uniquely her own.

“I write the lyrics and let the song become what it wants to be. From bluegrass to country-rock and anything in between, it just depends on the kind of mood I’m in,” she said.

Through years of hard work, long hours on the road and much dedication to what she loves doing most, Weaver impacts the lives of those who hear her music. Raised amidst the farmland of Mansfield, Ohio, Weaver would make her musical debut at age 5 with an improvised rendition of “You Are My Sunshine.”

It was during those early years that she realized music was the direction her life would take, and accomplishing her goal of being a musician would eventually evolve over time. Weaver is blessed with a crystalline voice, a remarkable gift for phrasing and a restless, creative spirit. Her career has been a loving journey, covering a variety of venues across the country and marked by critical acclaim.

Weaver and her family live in Nashville, Tenn. She currently has nine albums and has won numerous awards.

“As a singer/songwriter, I have an opportunity to communicate a message. My message is one of hope, inspiration and encouragement. The older I get, the more seasoned I become. I am finding that experience, wisdom, and humility only come with the passage of time.”

With a lifetime of musical experience and a solid foundation, Weaver continues to move forward creating new avenues for her talent and creativity.

“I am in this for the long haul. I love what I do and God willing, I will have many years yet to travel.”

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