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"In the House" at The Grinder House - 01/24/2020 - Henry Conlon

Published January 24, 2020

 

 
 

 

Henry is a singer songwriter born in New York and raised between Long Island and Vermont. He first learned to play the guitar in 8th grade from a local musician and quickly picked up some of the basics of the instrument and started writing songs. Henry began performing original music in high school at coffee houses and talent shows and later at chapel services and open mic nights. After getting some local following, Henry began booking local bars and small venues and performing and writing his own original songs. In 2018, Henry headlined the Limitless Festival in Philadelphia and also took part in the East Rock Concert series alongside other local and national artists.
He later earned a spot as the resident artist at the Dekalb Market Hall, in Brooklyn where he performed his music for a five month stretch. In 2019, Henry began work on his debut album, “Home”, with Eric Lichter at Dirt Floor Recording & Production in northern Connecticut. “Home” features some of the tracks Henry has written about his life and his observations on the world around him, featuring artists like Eric Lichter and MorganEve Swain.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

Last modified on Friday, 24 January 2020 20:01
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