Showman extraordinaire and outlaw troubadour Henry Wagons is building a worldwide reputation with his twisted take on the classics of Americana country. Like a mischievous child of Cash, Orbison and Presley, with his distinctive baritone Henry Wagons defies expectations of a man and his guitar on stage.
Named one of Melbourne’s Top 100 Most Influential People in 2009, Henry made his North American debut with the 2011 release of Rumble, Shake and Tumble on Thirty Tigers and Six Shooter Records. NPR got on board and “I Blew It” was featured as a Track of the Day.
Henry has played with Justin Townes Earle, Calexico, Joe Pug, Old Crow Medicine Show, Bill Callahan, Will Oldham, Okkervil River, John Hiatt, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zero’s, Jolie Holland and more. He has officially showcased at Canadian Music Week 2011, Americana Festival 2011 in Nashville along with SXSW in 2011 and will be making his presence felt again showcasing in 2012.
“Evoking the likes of story-tellers like Nick Cave, Johnny Cash and Paul Westerberg on his best behaviour, Henry Wagons is the real deal” Hits Daily Double LA (USA)
"Henry wagons is like Dr Suess meets Conway Twitty, a great performer, a good man, and a bad driver!! Henry struts like a Tennessee walking horse on PCP." JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE
- “Henry Wagons has a voice and presence that you won’t soon forget. The guy’s personality seems to jump right out of the speakers and grab you by the balls.” Baby Sue (USA)