John Henry (20)
John’s father’s influence and love of traditional country music guided John to join the Good Tyme Band, followed by Fern and the Country Canadians, and he found country music to be a perfect fit for his voice and style. The John Henry Band, formed in the early 1970's and subsequently re-named John Henry and Raw Country, backed Lucille Starr in her appearance at the famous Golden Rail. The group later became known as the "Steel Drivin’ Band" with the addition of Claude (Quincy) Damphousse.
One of the first artists to record at Snocan studios, John had five releases on that label, all of which were produced by Barry Brown and Peter James. Another release, on the Stardust label, took John to the West, where he toured for nine years, performing at the Boggy Creek Festival in Manitoba with Ronnie Prophet, The Rhythm Pals and Al Cherney. John returned home in 1990 and continues to perform in the Ottawa Valley.
|JHL-1301||John Henry (20) And The Steel Drivin' Band||John Henry (20) And The Steel Drivin' Band - John Henry (LP, Album)||JHL Productions||JHL-1301||Canada||Unknown||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|J.H.L. 1301||John Henry (20) And The Steel Drivin' Band||John Henry (20) And The Steel Drivin' Band - Bar Maid / Tennessee Waltz (7", Single)||JHL Productions||J.H.L. 1301||Canada||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|SC 140||John Henry (20) And The Steel Drivin' Band||John Henry (20) And The Steel Drivin' Band - After 40 Pages / One Foot In The Gravel (7", Single)||Snocan||SC 140||Canada||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|SC 130||John Henry (20)||Love Is Gone / Daddy Frank (7")||Snocan||SC 130||Canada||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|WRC3-6192||John Henry (20), The Steel Drivin' Band||John Henry (20), The Steel Drivin' Band - Suitcase Blues (7", Single)||Stardust (12)||WRC3-6192||Canada||Unknown||Sell This Version|