An Oklahoma girl and woman of the world, Herndon actually started her singing career by busking on the streets in France and throughout Europe. She learned her craft well and returned to perform over 200 concerts a year throughout Oklahoma, Texas and the American Heartland. Her style defies categorization, running the gamut from blues to rock, from Bob Dylan to Woody Guthrie to Leon Russell, mostly in English, sometimes in French. Critics frequently have commented on her ability to move easily from French folk songs to folk/jazz/red dirt music of America. Her programs are tailored to her audience, often including some of her own songs, “Oklahoma Girl,” for example, and “The Bad Roads of Oklahoma,” which americanprofile.com proclaimed as one of the 10 best Route 66 road songs.