Jack Henderson


   New Album - Where's The Revolution - Available Here

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'Where’s the Revolution has ample “guts,” and thankfully, it sings with melodies strong enough to ferry all these fervid words, with a warm and passionate passage, safely across any turbulent river in these tough times' - Bill Golembeski - Something Else

‘Where’s the Revolution’ was a coin toss away from being my album of the year - AmericanaUK  


'...you could think of this as a lost Elvis (Costello) album between  All This Useless Beauty and Painted From Memory.  Yes, it's that good' - Fatea


'A singer-songwriter with a voice that seems capable of anything' - Folking.com


'Jesus and Jezebel, Hey Batman, the excellent Nobody Gets Hurt and Donʼt Drink The Water, the first salvo of guns operated by an inquisitive, thinking mind, are fired, aimed directly at the hearts of those who would ensure we all remain docile, insignificant and amused by parlour tricks and the ever growing influence of television and social media' **** - Liverpool Sound and Vision 


'If the injustices of the world leave you feeling helpless because there's so much wrong and so little you can do - buy Jack Henderson's new album...touches on greatness' - The Chronicle


'Henderson's taste for a lugubrious line wryly delivered endures' - Rolling Stone


                   '...a powerful and beguiling singer/songwriter whose incisive songs and voice make him one of the most welcome arrivals for a very long time' - Glenn A Baker (Billboard)


'There's an ageless quality to Jack's songwriting, reminiscent of Leonard Cohen's wittier moments'  -  Clash Magazine


               'It’s difficult to discover any imperfections on the ten songs here. The writing is strong, the song constructions are thoughtful and packed with melody' - Lonesome Highway 


Where's The Revolution - R'nR ****


 Like the night-sky itself, 'Where's The Revolution' is incandescent with flashes of an artist enjoying the form of his career. Latest single "Stars" is just one of its many leading lights - Broadway World