Jack Henderson | Where’s The Revolution ?

Jack Henderson | Where’s The Revolution

Written by Marina Blore

On October 2, 2020


One of the most distinctive voices around. Cross David Bowie with Elvis Costello and you get very close to the vocals of Jack Henderson. Without doubt Jack is one of the most original singer-songwriters to emerge on the scene.

Where’s The Revolution is the title track from his album and Jack Henderson doesn’t hold back in questioning those in authority and where the world’s heading.

From Scottish roots, Jack’s career has taken him to North America, Europe and Australia, all of which must surely influence his ability to write spirited and thought provoking lyrics. He is a multi-instrumentalist and has worked with some of the best musicians and producers all over the world.

Now based back in the UK, he has signed a recording contract with London based indie label Fretstore Records. His music has already had air play by Tom Robinson on BBC Radio 6 and this track would also sit well on BBC Radio 2 with what must be an alternative version of the first verse to eliminate the expletive.

If Jack Henderson gets good agency representation, there’s no doubt he will be attracting offers from venues and festivals in 2021.

Marina Blore, The British Country Music Festival (TBCMF)

Jack Henderson | Wheres The revolution

Credits | Jack Henderson| Where’s The Revolution?


Performed by Jack Henderson

Written by Jack Henderson

Produced by Jack Henderson


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