Dan Henry

And The Dan Henry Band

 

the ONe Man Band

 A night under the bright lights...

A night under the bright lights...

The Human Voice

Growing up with a wide variety of influences Dan's first true love was Rhythm and Blues. As a youngster in his Dad's Black and White Photography shop he would queue up Sam Cooke, The Drifter, and The Platters on the record player. In high school Dan took part in multiple choirs and at one point was in three different choirs in one year. With private voice lessons and his love for singing growing everyday Dan soon began to shape his original sound. With his roots in rhythm and blues Dan also explored reggae, country, rock, folk, bluegrass, and so much more. His influence would also include Kris Kristofferson, Billy Joel, Lez Zeppelin, The Eagles, John Denver, Jack Johnson, and countless others.

 A day at the Market...

A day at the Market...

Dean Exotica FM gn

Dan Henry met hit Dean Acoustic Electric Cutaway shortly after be decide that he was going to be a guitarist. With the help of his father and older brother one summer day in Bozeman, Montana Dan and Dean where together at last. Though from time to time you might see a different guitar in his hands, like his unbranded dreadnaught "Sean" which he picked up at a second-hand store for $35 or his 12-string Alvarez, Dean will never be far away or left out of the action for too long.

 The bluesy mouth harp...

The bluesy mouth harp...

 Stompin' away...

Stompin' away...

Hohner Special 20

The harmonica was a recent addition to Dan Henrys sound when in 2014 he decided he needed something to spice things a bit and give himself a solo instrument to accompany his rhythmic guitar playing. Dan has played a few different Hohner Harmonica and even tried out a few Lee Oskar Harmonica. However, after countless shows and harmonicas Dan eventually settled on the Special 20.

 

Kochel Guitars Stomp box

In search of a way to add yet another layer to his sounds Mr. Henry bought a simple stomp box made in Potomac, Montana by Sean Kochel of Kochel Guitars. The wood used to make this stomp box was salvaged from a homesteaders barn built in 1865 in the Potomac Valley.  After a few upgrades including Velcro tabs on the bottom and a carpeted top for a softer deeper sounds the stomp box was added to the line up.