Troy Henderson

Over the years Troy has played some of the states most prominent venues including the Sydney Opera House, Star City and the State Theatre and has supported some of the country's biggest bands including The Whitlams, Jet, Diesel and Missy Higgins, not to mention a 30 date tour with Human Nature.

Troy has worked as a session musician, performing live shows with legendary Nashville singer-songwriter Kim Richey, local songstress Sarah Humphreys and also Pinky Beecroft.

Since 2016 Troy has been working at the Central Coast Grammar School as a vocal coach and guitar teacher, also running their "Man Choir" for a number of years. In addition to this he has been teaching from his own studio, along with regular gigging around the Central Coast, Hunter and Sydney regions.

Troy Henderson
Troy Henderson - The Rams

Locally Troy is best know for his work in Sydney/Central Coast band Field Day, who released three EPs and received some healthy airplay on Triple J and numerous community radio stations between the years of 2000 and 2003.

Upon leaving Field Day Troy jumped on a plane and headed to the US and London on a 6 month songwriting/working holiday and in 2010 released his long anticipated debut solo release - Salty Town. Salty Town has now sold out of the first pressing (500 CDs).

Troy play's bass in A Tribute to Pearl Jam & Powderfinger, and performs with long time musical collaborator Jason Hicks in The Mixed Tape.

Most recently Troy can be seen playing alongside good friends - and musical masters - Adam Church and Michael Greville in The Rams (pictured). A blues'n'western style power trio who are quickly gaining attention on the festival circuit.