HDRnB News

Our New CD "Decimal Point" has Dropped! 

The band is excited to have "Decimal Point" available at shows and downloads from CDBaby, Itunes and Amazon
You can find it under Henley-Douglas RnB "Decimal Point"  This music was recorded "Live" at Amory Sound in Somerville, Ma. Engineered by Michael Healey. We had a small audience on hand to witness what we do playing live in the studio. The 8 tracks feature 5 original songs with lyrics written by Douglas Gimbel. 3 cover tunes that have been crowd favorites "Compared To What" by Gene McDaniels made famous by Les McCann and Eddie Harris. "All I Want To Do is Make Love To You" By Willie Dixon using the Cold Blood arrangement of the song. Johnnie Walker's "Top Spot" is covered showing the band getting down in the Reggae Style. One of the great things about this is the hearing the band play off of each other during solos and section changes. We'll be uploading tracks for preview.

What's Going On 

Henley-Douglas RnB has been playing some great shows this year. We opened for Blues Legend James Cotton and J. Geils at the Larcom Theatre in Beverly. This 100 year old theatre sounds amazing and is the new jewel on the North Shore of Boston. We're looking forward to playing the Larcom later this year. This Summer has us playing in 2 beautiful seaside towns Mine Oyster in Boothbay Harbor and Dennett's Wharf Oyster House in Castine, Me. Henley has been playing Castine every year for 25 years. We love to play these places. People don't mess around.  Once the music drops these places start jumping. We also played the "Windjammer Days Festival" in Boothbay Harbor, Me June 25th.

Blues On The Beach Strafford, Ct - July 26 5:40 to 7:10 - This blues festival is one of best things going on today. They're expecting a crowd of 14,000 to dance and party all day and night. This is our first festival of the year. We're looking forward to having a blast playing our music and spreading the word about Henley-Douglas RnB


 

HDRnB Music Now Available Online 

Our music is available online through Nimbit Music (HDRnB) we have some live recordings from "In The Loft" with Meg Griffin and music recorded from our 1st studio session. Check It Out and Get Some!

HDRnB Spring 2013 

We want to thank lengendary DJ Meg Griffin host of "The Loft - Words With Meg" on Sirius XM radio. We were the featured band of the month. We gained new fans from all over the country looking to find our music. And giving us great props. We're looking to have music available on-line by April.
Broadening Our Horizons!
We're going to be playing The DU House at Colgate University in April to start are Spring off right! And we've been gaining quite the following in Portland Maine. Thanks to our lead singer Douglas Gimbel for spreading the word and getting us opportunities to play The Big Easy. Looks like we'll be spending another Spring and Summer playing all over Maine.
The band is also heading back into the studio to record some new music.
Spread The Word.
Peace - HDRnB

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HDRnB is an original R&B/soul/groove band founded by in late 2010, featuring Henley Douglas Jr. (sax), Douglas Gimbel (vocals), John Iltis (drums), Eric Reardon (guitar), Squantch (trombone), David Walker (bass). Henley Douglas Jr.'s early career includes stints with the Big Dig Saxophone Quartet and Skin, a Boston-based funk-rock outfit that would open for acts like the Neville Brothers and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. He founded the Heavy Metal Horns, a band that reached international acclaim in the 90s, and for 10 years, fronted the Boston Horns, a funk/jazz band also featuring HMH alum Garret Savluk. A new CD of original music is on the way. Meet the band...


Johnnie Walker and The Disappointers, stars of the documentary
Reggae in the Ruff, have been in the studio finishing their debut album. Henley Douglas Jr. has added his saxophone to a number of tracks and it sounds so good! Hear what Henley thought of the experience and hear some of the new music.