Henri Herbert

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Henri Herbert
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Henri Herbert At Home in Austin, Texas
Background information
Birth nameHenri John Pierre Herbert
Born (1985-02-13) 13 February 1985 (age 37)
Harfleur, Seine Maritime, France
GenresBoogie-woogie, blues, rockabilly
Instrumentspiano, keyboards
Years active2003–present
LabelsHH Records
Associated actsThe Jim Jones Revue

Henri Herbert (born 1985) is a Franco-British Boogie-woogie pianist.


Henri Herbert is a pianist, songwriter, bandleader and recording artist whose music encompasses Boogie Woogie, Blues and Rock n Roll. Born in Harfleur in France, he grew up in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, and studied the blues and boogie piano from a young age[1]. He tours all over the world, and has been referred to as among the best and most sought after of all the contemporary Blues and Boogie-woogie Pianists[2]. As well as performing as a soloist, he has worked with Bryan Adams, Isabella Summers, Jim Sclavunos and Slim Jim Phantom[3]

From 2011 he was the keyboardist of UK band The Jim Jones Revue until the band ended in 2014[4]. As a member of The Jim Jones Revue, he appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman (CBS-TV) on 7 September 2011. Herbert is notable because of the extremely high number of online plays attained by his original compositions. In 2013, a video of Herbert performing his original composition "Henri's Boogie", was uploaded to Youtube and has since gone viral with over 27 million plays. Another video of his original composition "Gettin On Down", has been played over 50 million times.

He currently resides in Austin, Texas[5], where he performs and records regularly, as well as frequently touring Europe.

Music Videos[edit]

  • 2013 Henri's Boogie
  • 2014 Gettin On Down


  • 2015 Wired
  • 2016 You Say
  • 2017 Talkin Bout The Boogie
  • 2017 Henri Herbert And The Fury - Live At Gypsy Hotel
  • 2018 Boogie Woogie Piano
  • 2020 Boogie Woogie Piano Vol. 2
  • 2020 Boogie Woogie Blues


  1. Torem, Lisa. "French-born but British-based pianist/performer and ex-Jim Jones and the Revue member Henri Herbert packs a ton of creativity into second solo EP, 'You Say'". www.pennyblackmusic.co.uk. Penny Black Music. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
  2. Babey, Ged. "Henri Herbert - Boogie Woogie Piano". Louder Than War. Louder Than War. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
  3. Marszalek, Julian. "Elegance And Savagery:The Jim Jones Revue Interviewed". The Quietus. Black Sky Thinking Ltd. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
  4. Marzsalek, Julian. "Bluesbreakers - Henri Herbert". Loudersound. Future PLC. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
  5. Corbridge, Ian. "Henri Herbert on Life in Austin". Louder Than War. Louder Than War. Retrieved 12 February 2021.

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