Henley-Douglas RnB | Decimal Point

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Decimal Point

by Henley-Douglas RnB

Grooving Original Soul and Funk
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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Album Notes
Henley-Douglas RnB is a 7 piece band from the North Shore of Boston that's been playing throughout New England for over the past 4 years. "Decimal Point (How Much Does This Mean To Me)" was recorded "live" at Armory Sound in Somerville, Ma The band is led by sax man Henley Douglas Jr. co-founder of The Heavy Metal Horns, The Boston Horns and has performed and recorded with numerous bands over the past 25 years. Co-founder Douglas Gimbel has performed with The Heavy Metal Horns and The Boston Horns is the lead singer of HDRnB. The band is made of up some of the most innovative musicians on the scene - John Iltis - Drums, David Walker-bass, Squantch-trombone (Topaz), Brandon Tarricone back in the Northeast after 17 years performing and leading Brotherhood Of Groove in New Orleans on guitar. Charlie O'Neal from the Delta Generators-guitar. This is a live recording that captures the band doing it's original grooving soul music before a small audience at Armory Sound.



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