~Humble Beginnings~

“Music, the best way to express what you feel. A poem that is accompanied by instruments to get across the deepest of thoughts and emotions. It’s really the only way to feel for me. You just have to put it out there and let the good times roll.”
-Caleb Henry

Caleb Henry is a singer-songwriter, and musician  from Los Angeles, CA, playing stages throughout SoCal. and beyond as an independent artist and as the lead vocalist and guitarist with the band D.K.A. His eclectic style stems from varied musical influences including Rancid, Social Distortion, Ryan Bingham, The Gaslight Anthem, Stray Cats, The Smiths, The Cure, Sun Kil Moon, and Molly and the Zombies.

Since 2013, D.K.A. has played its unique fusion of rock/ska/punk at venues including House of Blues, The Glass House, Chain Reaction, and Molly Malone’s. Their first professionally recorded single, East of 909, was recorded at Tommy Lee’s Atrium Studio and was released in March 2015. Their new EP, The Old Days, debuted in 2015 and is available on iTunes and CD Baby.

Henry’s independent music blends rock, blues, alternative country, and folk with rugged vocals that speak to the simple truths of common experiences and emotions.  His first single, Used to Be, recorded at The Atrium Studio and released in March 2015, is a hard-driving testimony to love, loss, and moving on. His single, I Got You, a mixture of southern rock and R&B, released in December 2015.

Caleb went on to release a single entitled “17” that bends to the heartbreak of wanting what used to be, and followed it up with a five song EP title “Lost in the Particulars.” After signing a deal with Idle Tuesdays Recording Studios, Caleb recorded Lost in the Particulars, and held the album release show at legendary Jazz and Blues club The Mint in Los Angeles.