Katie Henry has one of the most expressive voices you'd ever want to hear, and the testifyin' material allows her voice and musicianship to lead the charge. Add in the skills of John Ginty and this set takes the "High Road" to blues Nirvana! ”

Don Crow, Nashville Blues Alliance

She reminds me of Jewel when I played with her in the late ’90s. Her voice is sweet, with a blues edge. Songs are excellent. She has a song called ‘High Road’ that’s just stunning. She has a great energy on stage and kills it on both electric guitar and keys.”

John Ginty, Hammond B-3 organist (Allman Betts Band, Santana, Jewel, the Dixie Chicks, Robert Randolph & the Family Band)

A straight ahead New York/Jersey rocking gal is here to get the party started. With audience pleasing moves that could only be learned by slugging it out in the trenches over too many a night, this galloping gal delivers the goods throughout.”

Chris Spector, Midwest Record

Lest we digress, understand that Henry is in good hands with this debut, shepherded by Ginty. She is clearly the star, seemingly a natural bandleader with an animated, lively set of songs, harbingering a bright future.”

Jim Hynes, Making A Scene

Katie Henry's sassy, salty vocals work well with pretty much any vibe, particularly a blues number like Dead Man's Hands where she can really dig in”

John Kereiff, The Rock Doctor

"High Road" is a modern, contemporary blues album that preserves the traditional blues style while adding fresh, vibrant sounds. With "High Road" Katie Henry is musically fully on the fast lane!”

Stephan Skolarski, Sounds of South

"High Road" is a well-made contemporary blues album in which Katie Henry displays all her musical qualities. ”

Eric Schuurmans, Rootstime

"Her vocals sound more smooth than gritty, and more fluid than pained. Her singing can be in line with jazz stylings at times, and then more emotive blues belting at others"”

Tom Skevin, NJ Arts.net

The songs on the CD are blues-based but also contain elements of pop, rock, and gospel, allowing for an almost eclectic variety of sounds.”

Dan Hirshberg, NJ Herald

The blues-rock composer and her band The Katie Henry Band are extremely pleased and excited with her upcoming November 21 Main Stage headlining performance at the famed club, the Stanhope House, a venue that caters to blues.”

-Janet Redyke, Advertiser News