Henley Douglas RnB new release Vital Signs 2 "Amore's Prayer"
2 cd project featuring original music from the band.
This was an amazing experience recording original grooving music. These great guys are my brothers. I learn so much every time I play with you. Thanks to everyone at SOSS Records and Albo (Alan Tibbetts) for making this happen. Come on down and celebrate this 2 disc release
Henley plays the Tubax on After The Funeral and Roy Lavender's Blues. The Tubax is an Eb contrabass saxophone made by Benedikt Eppelsheim Wind Instruments, Munich Germany. The sound of this instrument is amazing and the over-tone harmonics are something to hear.
The music is available on ITunes, Amazon and CD Baby
HDRnB is an original R&B/soul/groove band founded by in late 2010, featuring Henley Douglas Jr. (sax), John Iltis (drums), Charlie O'Neal (guitar), Peter Fedele (guitar) and Brandon Tarricone (guitar) Squantch (trombone), David Walker (bass). The band features Garret Savluk (trumpet) and Yahuba (percussion) on special shows. Henley Douglas Jr.'s early career includes stints with the Big Dig Saxophone Quartet and Skin, a Boston-based funk-rock outfit that would open for acts like the Neville Brothers and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. He founded the Heavy Metal Horns, a band that reached international acclaim in the 90s, and for 10 years, fronted the Boston Horns, a funk/jazz band also featuring HMH alum Garret Savluk. A new CD of original music is on the way. Meet the band...
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm Meg Griffin A bona-fide radio legend and one of a handful of DJs celebrated in the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame and Museum, "Megless" actually went to school to be a veterinarian, but after getting a gig at a college radio station, she was hooked. 30 years in radio later, we can see her instincts were spot on. Henley Douglas Jr. will be doing a interview with Meg to promote the new release by Henley Douglas RnB. Here's a link to the show: