Henry has been performing at weddings and events for over 15 years, particularly in Perth and Margaret River, and has been fortunate to play at some beautiful settings like Bunker Bay, Lake Cave, and Frasers Restaurant. He has performed at countless functions for clients such as Ray-Ban, Westrac, and Ocean Heroes, to name a few.
Henry has been a regular performer at various venues across Perth, like Clancy’s Fish Pub and The Sandbar, as well as frequent shows at bars and restaurants in London during a stint in the U.K.
Aside from performing at weddings and functions, Henry was also the lead singer of Perth surf-rock band, Stillwater Giants. The group toured nationally and internationally, supported acts like Birds Of Tokyo, The Rubens and Eskimo Joe, and featured at numerous music festivals such as Southbound, Future Music, St Kilda Festival and CMJ Music Marathon in New York. After originally being discovered by Triple J to play at the Groovin’ the Moo festival and being selected as a Triple J Unearthed Next Crop Artist, the band also had national and international airplay success with radio stations such as Triple J and numerous international radio broadcasters. Late in 2012, Stillwater Giants were the first band to grace the stage at the newly opened RAC Arena (fka Perth Arena). The group was also nominated for a WAMI Award in 2013 (Best Single Release) and had their music featured in marketing campaigns for RAC, Swiss Vitamins and EA Sports.
Since 2017 Henry embarked on a solo project under the moniker of ‘Duncan Saige’. His debut EP ‘I’m Saved’ and singles ‘Thoughts of You Without Me’, ‘Squirrel’ and ‘Start All Over’ were well received with exclusive premieres, airplay and rotation on Australian radio stations such as Triple J as well as US college radio. Duncan Saige has toured nationally on numerous occasions, made festival appearances at Falls Festival and Nannup Music Festival, and supported the likes of Kodaline, Lime Cordiale and Alex The Astronaut. His music has also been used by brands such as Billabong, Bras N Things and Miss Sixty.