D Henry Fenton is a singer-songwriter from Sydney Australia who is based in Los Angeles, California.
He has now released 3 solo albums as well as 2 singles and an EP with his first band Holly Golightly. Holly Golightly got a break opening for prominent Irish band, The Corrs, on an Australian tour.
His last album “Turnin’” was recorded with engineer/producer Steve Holroyd (Counting Crows/Tom Petty) and received some positive US college radio airplay, with a few bigger stations (including KBAC, Santa Fe NM) adding the title track to their playlists.
D Henry Fenton has opened for acts including John Mayer, Kasey Chambers, Colbie Caillat, Lissie and Morphine. His music blends americana, folk, pop, and indie-rock, bringing to mind bands like Wilco, Neil Young, Crowded House and Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers.
He performs regularly in Southern California, either solo or with his band affectionately known as The Elizabethans, with Bass Player Mary Beth Kedzior and Dave Kruse who was Pearl Jam's original drummer (Ten).
The title of the new album released April 7th 2017 is “Twice I Fell Down Once”.
"a vocal cross between Tom Petty and Roy Orbison, Fenton's tasty guitar would sit well on recordings by either Wilbury" Rhythms Magazine 2017
The brand new album
"TWICE I FELL DOWN ONCE"