Mike Henry
for booking contact:
Jeff Turner
jeff@turnerentertainmentgroup.com
604-662-4144 x221
Mostly Marley
Mostly Marley
Hitsville USA
Hitsville USA
A Tribute to Ray Charles and James Brown
A Tribute to Ray Charles and James Brown
Funkdalicious
Funkdalicious
The Odd Trio
Odd Trio
Mike Henry
Strong,Dynamic, Soulful, Vocalist
Reggae, R&B, Funk, Soul, Motown & More

Mike Henry covers an impressive range of acts flawlessly with style and charisma. His attention to character detail and amazing vocal melodies bring audiences to their feet at every performance. These pages offer a small sample of what this amazing performer brings to each and every show.

Mike Henry was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. He developed his strong, soulful voice performing with the vocal group, the Gospel Ambassadors. He moved to Las Vegas in the 80's and performed in hotel clubs and toured to Atlantic City, Reno and Lake Tahoe. Then he moved to San Fransisco's bay area and worked in R&B and Funk clubs.

In 1989, Mike moved to Vancouver to join the band Stripes and toured Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest. He then toured as a solo singer to Asia, Europe and the Middle East. He met Dan Casavant in Vancouver and formed the Big Dawg Band in 1997. He has made a name for himself in Vancouver as a dynamic and soulful singer. The influences of Sam Cook, Marvin Gaye, Ray Charles, and many others live in the heart and voice of Mike Henry

Mostly Marley

Mostly Marley formed in 2003 with the idea of bringing Classic Reggae to an otherwise starving audience. The name stems from having been asked; "What kind of music do you play?" The answer would always be; "Classic Reggae by various artists, but mostly Marley."

Mostly Marley performs with passion while always remaining true to the spirit of Reggae. Mostly Marley is a band that takes you on a musical odyssey- with good times to be had by all.

Mostly Marley regularly performs around BC, most notably at The Blue Grotto in Kamloops where a faithful following always comes out, and The Rusty Gull in North Vancouver where the band has played for 5 years strong.

They also successfully played for a Reggae cruise in 2008, the Blue Mountain Festival in Coquitlam in 2009, and at the Surrey Fusion Festival in 2010.

Mostly Marley is the right choice for your event if you want people to get up and groove! read more...

Hitsville USA

The Style and Sound of Motown The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Many More! The Hitsville USA Band is a hard driving revue that truly captures the sharp wardrobe, polished style and the soulful sounds of the Motown artists who transformed rhythm and blues music. The show features stellar vocalists Mike Henry and Krystle Dos Santos backed up by a pumping band. read more...

A Tribute to Ray Charles and James Brown

Mike has formed a solo tribute to Ray Charles and James Brown to honor two of the most influential musicians for him throughout his musical career. These are two sets of the biggest shoes to fill in business and Mike Henry pulls it off flawlessly with style and charisma.

His attention to character detail and amazing vocal melodies bring audiences to the feet at every performance. These are two amazing tribute performances not to be missed. read more...

Funkdalicious


Think FUNKDALICIOUS and the name says it all. Groove, soul, urban beat and of course funk. The group was formed with the idea of combining groovy funk with soulful vocals.

When the acid jazz craze started back in the nineties, there was a void of local bands that included vocals. FUNKDALICIOUS filled that void perfectly. The band has evolved over the years now including more variety with top 40, dance and danceable rock.

The Odd Trio

The Odd Trio has performed for about ten years in Vancouver. We have a running inside joke saying were odd because we play with four to six members and oddly still calling ourselves a trio.

Playing a mix of r&b, motown & pop with a bit of jazz influence. The band features Roger Saloum on keyboard, Nino Dipasquale on drums, Anthony Anderson on guitar Mike Henry on vocals and special guest

The Odd Trio - When You Let Her Go
   
 
 


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