Teresa Black | Bigfoot! Legend of the Mountains

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Bigfoot! Legend of the Mountains

by Teresa Black

Kiamichi Mountains traditional singer Teresa Black’s ballad was inspired by legends of a mysterious creature seen deep in the woods near Honobia, Oklahoma, whose heavy footfalls and haunting cries have been heard since the old Choctaw Nation days.
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“Bigfoot! Legend of the Mountains,” was sung by Teresa Black at the Honobia Bigfoot Festival and Conference, named the No. 1 Bigfoot fest in the nation, which raises scholarship money for high school students.
Teresa’s banjo plunking accompanies her original song produced by Mark Schwartz of Super Key Music Studio, Oklahoma City, Ok.
Teresa appears at historic reenactments, music fests and schools, playing guitar and banjo, washboard and other old-time instruments. She appears at school days at Civil War reenactments and historic sites. In 1800’s style calico dress, she sings her original songs and traditional songs of the Old West and the mountains. She lives in Pushmataha County in the old Choctaw Nation of southeast Oklahoma, up a hillside about a mile from tiny Clayton, Ok., in the Kiamichi Mountains. Her songs tell stories from family and history, and tales of the Kiamichi Mountains. She is a cast member of the Pawnee Bill Wild West Show and a member of the Oklahoma Historical Society, the Oklahoma Traditional Music Assn., and Territory Tellers, a storytelling group.
Her original songs won honors at the Woody Guthrie fest, Walnut Valley fest in Winfield, Ks., Songwriters of Oklahoma, and the Oklahoma Heritage Assn. She has sung at the Alamo, Ft. Washita, Ft. Gibson, Marrow Bone Springs, Tx., and other historic sites. Her banjos include a gourd and fretless banjos.



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