Stephen Henderson

Stephen Henderson


If Robin Thicke and Stevie Wonder had an indie soul child in hawaii.


Stephen Henderson is an independent producer, singer/songwriter, looper pedal artist and multi-instrumentalist whose roots remain in Hana, Maui, Hawaii. He recently finished his Bachelors degree with honors and his Masters degree in Music, Science & Technology, emphasizing in Music Cognition and Audio Engineering at Stanford University where he was awarded the Carolyn Applebaum Prize for Music. While in Stanford he produced the Stanford Soundtrack and was integral in creating a community of artists that remains strong and intact today.
He co-founded The Red Couch Project, a non-profit that showcases and produces up and coming collegiate artists in the west coast using social media as the primary launching platform. He curated opening acts for multi-grammy award winning artists while working as a intern for Stanford Live. As an artist he has performed with and opened for notable hawaiian acts such as Willie K., George Kahumoku Jr. and Kaumakaiwa Kanakaole. Deriving his acoustic styles from influences such as Bon Iver, Jack Johnson, Fleet Foxes, and others, he brings an island soul to indie folk and R&B.

He left the mecca of social media and startups to pursue a career in music in the hawaiian islands where he lives simply doing what he loves and helping others to do the same.


Make It Right (Single) - Digital Release ©2008
Lullaby (Single) - Digital Release ©2008
Eyes (LP) - Digital Release ©2010