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Henry was born in 1954, graduated from UTS in 1972, went to university for a year and then taught skiing for a couple of years. He started doing live sound in the mid 1970's with Stage Sound Productions, touring Canada with a variety of bands and then operating a small live production company in Toronto called Intermedia. Henry produced his first album in 1981, a rock'n'roll kids album of original music (called The Sticky Bun Band) that was picked up by CBS. In 1983 he was the sound engineer for the Premier Dance Theatre at Harbourfront, (now the Fleck Dance Theatre) in it's first 2 years of existence. This was followed by more live sound for bands and a couple of other recordings for local artists until in 1985 he and a partner started Red Line Recorders, first as a 16-Track, then as a 24-Track studio. Located on the 3rd floor of a century-old building on Yonge St. (with no elevator) it was primarily a project studio. In the early part of the new millennium he recognized the need for a large, purpose-built recording studio in downtown Toronto and so he started work on what would eventually become NobleStreetStudios.
Henry is married with no children, he still likes sticky buns and he has an addiction to Little Feat. www.littlefeat.com
Donny Da Silva