REVIEW -Music CIty Roots

Franklin Five-O – MCR 7.22.15

Posted by Craig Havighurst
Nashville veteran Mike Henderson shocked everyone to attention with loud and lusty guitar, ripping off three choruses of 12-bar blues before singing “Weepin’ and Moanin’.” One might be forgiven for…


Review on the 13th Annual Blues Festival Guide

Renowned musician, singer-songwriter Mike Henderson has come full circle with this long awaited CD, If You Think It’s Hot Here on EllerSoul Records, and the return to his blue’s rockin’ roots.

Mike Henderson marks 25 years of blues at Bluebird Cafe

Mike Henderson has been playing blues music at the Bluebird Café nearly every Monday night for the last 25 years, but his next show is extra special: he and his eponymous band are celebrating the release of their new album…


Suncoast Blues Review

Three time Grammy nominee recorded with some of the most prominent talents....MIke is back with trademark Henderson sound.  Mike's big, boomy guitar and solid vocals are complemented perfectly with Kevin McKendree's piano...Michael Rhodes bass lines and Pat O'Connor's drumming driving…

Ricky Flake: Blues-rock and more: Biloxi Sun-Herald

'If You Think It's Hot Here,' Mike Henderson Band (EllerSoul Records, HHHH½)

This CD has been out since March 24, but it arrived in early April at my place. Mike Henderson (lead vocals, guitar and harmonica), Kevin McKendree (excellent…


Twelve Bar Rag - Suncoast Blues Society

The three-time Grammy nominee has recorded with some of the most prominent talents in Blues, Country and Rock and played on Mark Knopfler’s world tour in 2000 – 2001. While Henderson is most know for his song writing and guitar…

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Thursday, April 16, 2015

"Mike Henderson has had a long career mixing work as a Nashville session guitarist with solo projects ranging from blues to bluegrass. After taking time off to raise a family, he's back with a vengeance on If You Think It's