About

Henry has been playing and pkings park.jpgerforming music for over 20 years. Whether it is in a band, ensemble, choir or as a soloist, he has performed in all environments from cathedrals in London to bars in New York.

Since finishing school and being awarded the highest performance grade for TEE Music, he completed a Diploma of Music (Performance) and Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Western Australia. Henry has been performing at weddings and functions for nearly 10 years, particularly in Perth and Margaret River, and has been fortunate play at some beautiful settings like Mosmans Restaurant, Lake Cave, Matilda Bay Restaurant and Brookland Valley. He has performed at countless corporate functions for clients such as Bankwest, Ray Ban, Rio Tinto and American Express, to name a few.

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Aside from performing solo, Henry was also the lead singer of prominent surf-rock band, Stillwater Giants. The group toured nationally and internationally, supporting acts like Birds Of Tokyo, The Rubens and Sticky Fingers (to name a few) and have featured at numerous music festivals such as Southbound, Parklike, Future Music, St Kilda Festival and CMJ Music Marathon.

After originally being unearthed by Triple J to play the Groovin’ the Moo festival and being selected as a Triple J Unearthed Next Crop Artist, the band has also had national and international airplay success with radio statiophoto 3 12:01:18.jpgns such as Triple J and numerous international radio broadcasters. The group was also nominated for a WAMI Award in 2013 (Best Single Release).

 

 

Henry has recently embarked on a new solo project under the moniker of ‘Duncan Saige’. His debut EP ‘I’m Saved’ and latest single ‘Thoughts of You Without Me’ were well received with airplay and rotation on outlets such as Triple J as well as US college radio. Duncan Saige has also toured nationally, made festival appearances at Falls Festival and Nannup Music Festival, and supported the likes of Kodaline and Lime Cordiale.

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