#MusicalMemories: Henry Parker – The 27

Henry Parker is one of three vocalists that form the distinctive crux of quartet The 27. Boasting a sound that is as authentically retro as it is strikingly forward thinking, their debut single Call Me A Friend is the perfect pop balance. Without sounding twee, they are able to engage their listener in an irrepressible singalong. We caught up with Henry to find out what music has made him tick over the years.

What song reminds you most of your childhood?

Last Train To Clarksville

Which song inspired you to become a musician/singer?

Nowhere Man

Which song do you wish you had written?

These Days

Which artist/band has been the most inspirational to you?

It would be impossible to pick one, every band both new and old that we like influences us in some way.

Which song/album currently dominates your attention?

How The Mighty Have Fallen by Margo Price, it’s just a great song.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

Snoop Dog and Willie Nelson on the same track.

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