Mo' better blues n' country heya' ...The Henrines
Runner up for "songs of the year" for the last two years running with Mass Country Music Awards Assoc. :-)
Singer/songwriter/guitar slinger Henry Nigro has been performing for 35 years in Massachusetts, New England, and up and down the East Coast of the USA.
Currently Henri has his own originals’ band called 'the Henrines' and plays gigs around Mass, VT, and NH in folk, blues, and country venues like Sally Obrien’s ( Somerville), Banjo Jim's (NYC), The Narrows, (Fall River, MA), and the Academy of Music, Northampton Ma) to name a few. He has opened for National acts like Conway Twitty, The Monkees, Don Stover and the White Oak Mountain Boys, Bonnie Raitt, Paul Pena, the Rowan Brothers, Tim Weisberg, Ritchie Furay, and James Cotton. Henri has been associated with many songwriting groups over the past 20 years and has attended workshops all over the country with artists like Roseanne Cash, Don White, Sandy Mcknight, Jennifer Kimball, and many others.
from the great Warren senders
his knowledge of the complete american vernacular, ...a little bit of a half crazed musicologist. If Ry Cooder could actually sing really well, there's a little bit of that quality of being willing to take a bit from here and a bit from there. It's both inside the idiom of American music and about the idiom of American music. It was very satisfying.
I feel like Im on a Texas highway ready to rob a bank with my trampy girlfriend.
Sounds like it was recorded in the basement of Big Pink.