Chris Henderson

Categories: Musicians: Vocalist, Solo Artists

Genres: Alternative, Country

Contact

Chris Henderson
1325 8th St
Estevan, SK, S4A 1H5

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Description

Chris Henderson is one of Saskatchewan's Rising Stars in the Country Music Industry. After winning the 620 CKRM Big Country Talent Search in 2006, Chris released "The Difference You Make", and a career in Country Music began. "Follow the Signs" was released in September of 2008 as Chris' debut album. He has released "You Don't Scare Me" in August of 2008, "All of Me" in February of 2009, and "The Cover of Country Weekly" in August of 2009 to Canada Wide radio and charted as high as #68. Chris was nominated for 4 Saskatchewan Country Music Awards in 2008 including Male Artist of the Year, Rising Star, Album of the Year, and Single of the Year. For more information go to: www.chrishendersonmusic.com  

Events

Date Event Venue
Dec 7
6:00pm
Chris Henderson
Happy Nun Cafe (The)
Forget, SK
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Discography

  • The Charm

    Various Artists

    March 2017

    Henderson’s third full-length album contains nine new tracks all co-written by Henderson and many talented writers across North America including Troy Kokol, Joni DeLaurier, Mike Little, Russell Broom, Adam Wheeler, Steve Mitchell, Daryl Burgess, and Chris Yurchuck. The Charm is  a slight departure from the mainstream country sound fans have grown accustomed to from Henderson, as there are more prominent roots instruments utilized here. National country radio singles to date include “My Regret” (reaching #47 on Mediabase charts), “Stranger With Memories,” and “Craves the Chaos.”

     Recorded at: Touchwood Studios, Regina. Produced by: Brad Prosko. Released:  March 6, 2017

Videos

  • 'Til It's Just A Memory

    Canadian Country recording artist Chris Henderson's latest single, 'Til It's Just A Memory. Released on May 31, 2018.

    Written by: Chris Henderson & Steve Mitchell

    Produced by: Brad Prosko

    Mastered by: Frank Gagliardi

    Drums: Jayson Brinkworth

    Bass: Dave Chobot

    Guitars/Backing

    Vocals: Murray Pulver

    B3: Jon Dyck

    Steel Guitar: Steve Hinson

    Video directed by Jason Kirkness.

    Special thanks to Jean Scheibel for playing "Grandma"