Jim Hendricks is a multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, mandolin, dobro and autoharp. His career has spanned over four decades of American Music. He was a pioneer on the 1960's folk circuit, performing with such artists as "Mama" Cass Elliot and John Sebastian. He wrote the number one hit "Summer Rain" for Johnny Rivers and the theme song "Long Lonesome Highway" for the TV show "Then Came Bronson".
Now living in Nashville, Tennessee, Jim has recorded over 50 albums of traditional American folk, mountain, gospel, and western music. The warmth and spirit of Jim's music touches our hearts and memories, and adds to the legacy of America's music and the legacy of a true American folk artist... Jim Hendricks.