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Henry is a London-based composer/ producer creating bespoke music in the worlds of TV, radio, advertising and film.


His track 'Devil's Victory' was placed on a TV promo for the Series 6 finale of HBO's flagship epic Game of Thrones.

Writing and recording in a wide variety of styles, he is regularly commissioned on both sides of the Atlantic. Collaborating with Sitting Duck Music and Media, he co-wrote the theme for ITV's flagship breakfast show Good Morning Britain and the theme for ITV's Lorraine. He co-arranged the latest theme tune for the multi Emmy Award-winning US quiz show Jeopardy.

Other TV work includes Britain's Got Talent; Wheel of Fortune; ITV's Coronation Street; The Mysteries of Laura; Access Hollywood; NBA Basketball; Wild Russia; My Super Sweet 16; Nascar on Fox and Jimmy Kimmel Live.  He has also placed music online on the League of Legends Championship Series eSports league.

As well as a large catalogue of music on this site, there is an extensive catalogue of promo/trailers with 'Killer Tracks'

His advertising work includes writing the music for the nationally-aired TV commercials Wells Fargo and Jeopardy (Attila ad) and co-writing the national US TV ad for Elizabeth Taylor’s Passion for Men. He also wrote and produced the song What are you made of for a Tag Heuer corporate broadcast.

Past and present client include:
Sony Pictures; AMC; NBC; MTV; Fox; CBBC; Network TV; BT Sports; BBC; Cartoon Network; CBS; Discovery Channel; Disney; ESPN; Film 4; GMTV; Hallmark; ITV; Jetix; Nickelodeon; Playboy TV; Setanta Sports; Sky; TCM; T-Mobile TV; Universal; VH1 and Virgin.

 

Originally from Scotland, Henry now lives in London. Prior to moving back to the UK, he lived in New York where he collaborated with renowned producers and musicians including: Reggie Lucas (Madonna, Gladys Knight, Miles Davies); Bob Brockman (P Diddy, Grandmaster Flash); Elliot Randall (Steely Dan); Steve Burgh (Pheobe Snow, Billy Joel); Carlos Alomar (David Bowie); Richard Gottehrer (Blondie, Dr Feelgood); Graham Hawthorne (Paul Simon) and Frank Farian (Stevie Wonder, Donna Summer, Barclay James Harvest). He was as a member of The Far Corporation, which included several members of the multi-platinum selling band Toto.

With his own band Roo-Ha Ha, Henry signed with Geffen Records. He also worked with French artist Christine Lidon on Arista Records. He performed alongside the legendary James Brown, the ‘Godfather of Soul’, appearing in a cameo role for the video for I'm Real at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. He has also performed alongside the late Robert Palmer, Midge Ure, Marillion and many others.

His last project in New York, the band Big Stupid Guitars received rave reviews in the press; the band’s debut album Crack was included in music critic Dan Aquilente’s album of the month column in the New York Post.

In New York Henry worked for David Horowitz Music Associates, one of the foremost jingles houses on the East Coast, on session guitar and vocals. Henry has co-written and produced songs with renowned songwriters such as Scott English (Westlife, Barry Manilow); Kenny Young (The Drifters); Lisa Greene (Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue); Ray St John (Sade); Simon Tauber (Atomic Kitten); Dawn Joseph (Sony) and many more. He co-wrote the song I'll leave my heart, sung by Cyndi Almouzni, the runner up UK entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2007.