The daily newspaper “News Gazette” published a new interview with The Henningsens, that you can read fully on their website here. It’s a very interesting article, so we leave you with a excerpt bellow:
Brian and the older sons farm roughly 1,800 acres at their longtime family farm in Douglas County — compare the music business to farming.
There’s a lot of uncertainty. And ups and downs. One musician might view a song as a potential hit. Another doesn’t.
“You never know,” Aaron said.
He has hopes for “Prayer Chain,” a song the Henningsens penned that was recorded by the gospel group HighroadIII on its album “Angel at the Crossroads,” released in March.
Brian and Aaron also have big dreams for another song they wrote, “The House.” A big-name artist will record it; the Henningsens can’t yet say who.
The family trio is now writing and recording songs for their debut album, expected to be released later this year on the Arista Nashville label.
“It’s a work in progress,” Brian said. “We have plenty of tracks. We’re waiting for the right time …”
“To release it,” Aaron said.
Last year, The Henningsens released an EP, or a four-track extended play recording. The EP tracks “American Beautiful” and “I Miss You” did really well on MusicRow and other country-music charts.
But not necessarily everywhere.
This Friday The Henningsens will be doing their first facebook chat, at 6pm, and if you join this chat you might be chosen to have a private video chat at Opry’s backstage. Have you thought of what you ask them yet? (if you can’t make it you can leave your questions on our facebook and we will try to ask them).
Also, if haven’t got your tickets to The Henningsens’ next week show at Opry, on April 22nd, you can get them here.
The Henningsens will return to The Grand Ole Opry on April 22nd, so make sure you grab your tickets here. Our favourite band has been in the studio lately, recording new material, as well as performing a a couple of shows. You can hear a couple of sneak peeks on their facebook page.
Also, don’t forget that Sue Bee Honey is offering a all-expenses-paid trip for two to Nashville, with backstage passes to see The Henningsens perform live. You can enter the contest and find out more about Aaron’s, Brian’s and Clara’s favorite Sue Bee Honey recipes here.
And finally keep voting for “I Miss You” here 🙂
Thanks to Paloma, a wonderful web designer we have a new look on the website 🙂 If you like the edit she made for us, please thank her. And we updated the description on the right upper corner.
Also, check this new video from The Henningsens live at Cat Country’s 2014 Snowball.
And lastly, on their last Opry visit The Henningsens sang ‘American Beautiful’ and ‘No’, check out a picture bellow.