Johnny Henry

Johnny Henry

 St. Louis, Missouri, USA

A unique voice and powerful vocalist... gifted songwriter... dynamic performer... a fresh sound... a "Sunday Spotlight" artist at the Bluebird Cafe!! - featured on WSM AM 650! New CD is available on - Amazon MP3, Google Music and Spotify!!


Johnny Henry... A born and raised Missouri boy with a big voice and a heart of gold. Johnny's road to success has not followed the typical path that most aspiring Country stars take. Now sure, he has traveled the USA playing shows, has built a  large fan-base, and is always surrounded by women - but not the women you may be thinking of. You see, Johnny is a stay-at-home Dad with 4 daughters and a lovely wife that works a steady full-time job.

Between juggling the cooking, homework, and carpool duties, Johnny has worked hard to become a successful recording artist and touring singer/songwriter. Living with his family in St. Louis, Missouri and commuting back and forth each month to his home base in Nashville, Tennessee, Johnny has just recently finished recording his debut CD in Nashville with producer Scotty Huff (who's worked with such mega-stars as Keith Urban, Jake Owen, and The Mavericks).

The result is 5 catchy singles on the CD entitled Now, featuring songs written by Robert Ellis Orrall (Taylor Swift/Love & Theft), Angelo Petraglia (Kings of Leon/Tim McGraw), Doug Powell (George Strait/Montgomery Gentry), and Johnny himself. Some of Nashvilles top touring musicians performed on the CD and the background vocals feature hit singer/songwriter Rachel Proctor.

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Johnny has released his 5-song EP (entitled "Now") in Nashville and it is available online at, at any live show, and at iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Music and Spotify!!

Johnny Henry has opened concerts for Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, Trace Adkins, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Sara Evans, Montgomery Gentry, Marty Stuart, Eli Young Band, Clint Black, Sugarland, Craig Morgan, Lee Ann Womack, Emerson Drive, Phil Vassar, JoDee Messina, Chely Wright, Gary Allan, Billy Currington, the Warren Brothers, Shooter Jennings, Hot Apple Pie, Steve Azar, Bobby Pinson, Little Big Town, The Kinleys, Ricochet, Charlie Robison, Bruce Robison, Blake Shelton, Trick Pony, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Josh Turner, Trailer Choir, Doug Stone, Junior Brown, Natalie Merchant, Better Than Ezra, John Mayer, Little Feat, Drive By Truckers, Chuck Berry, Sonia Dada, the Freddy Jones Band, and April Wine.

He is a sought-after performer and has played at some amazing venues... Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, UMB Bank Pavilion, the Bluebird Cafe, Sheldon Concert Hall, LP Field, Mississippi Nights, The Blue Note, The Pageant, The Beaumont Club, InCahoots, Exit-In, Douglas Corner Cafe, On the Waterfront Festival, Palmer Arena, The Duck Room, Westport Playhouse... too many colleges, universities, fairs and festivals to list...

...performed concerts for radio friends like Mike Kennedy at Q104 in Kansas City, Clear Channel Radio in St. Louis, the "Opry Star Spotlight" with Matthew Gillian at WSM-AM 650 in Nashville, Chuck Boone at KKDY in West Plains, MO, Mike Thomas and Steve Kaspar at KFAV in Warrenton, MO, and the Titans Radio Network in Nashville...

...recognized with a certificate by the Nashville Songwriters Association International for the self-penned song "Lover Come Home", and won a grant from Jim Beam to provide financial support for promotional efforts...

...been hired by many corporate clients such as Jack Daniels, Anheuser Busch, Purina, Mardi Gras Inc., Mallinckrodt, and Frito-Lay... and has performed on live television for NBC and Fox affiliate stations.

Johnny has sung the National Anthem for the River City Rascals pro baseball team, the Kelly Chase & Tony Twist (St. Louis Blues) Charity Hockey game, and the Washington University women's softball team.

But much more important than the venues and the accolades are the folks that come to hear the music! The fans tug at Johnny's heart. He thanks every person who has seen him live, listened to a song, or come up and said hello along the way. "It's truly a blessing to play music and perform for the fans."


"Now" - 2010

Set List

Full band can play up to a 120 minute set. Normally, our sets are 45 to 60 minutes long, opening for established touring acts.
Mostly original music - can play covers also!

*** Also can play as an acoustic duo!! 100's of Rock, Country, Singer/songwriter, 60's 70's 80's to current songs!! *** Can play up to 4 hours!! ***