Henry has an innate curiosity and unique ability to bring multiple musical influences together. This is probably because
everything from the Beatles to Bach to Count Basie to the sound of Henry’s own father playing various musical instruments could
be heard at any time in his Midwest childhood home.
One famously curious artist, David Bowie, identified with this spirit in Henry during the making of The Next Day, on which Henry
played piano and keyboards. Bowie then chose him as arranger and musical director to help reimagine his classic songs and to
shape new ones, creating the sound for what would be Bowie’s final work, Lazarus.
Henry immerses himself in original projects and creative collaborations expressing his own voice