Joe Henry is one of those artists you are rarely able to find nowadays. He is passionate about his
work, unbelievably talented in multiple ways and a grand singer-songwriter, not to forget a Grammy
award winning producer. The prolific singer has been reshaping the definition of American folk
music. Always the critic's darling and adored by his fans for his wise and thoughtful lyrics and music,
he always manages to find the right words and right tunes. Not only is Joe Henry a successful
musician, but he also produced albums for artists ranging from Solomon Burke (Grammy Award!),
Hugh Laurie, Aimee Mann, Rodney Crowell to Elvis Costello.
"All The Eye Can See" was mainly self-recorded at Joe Henry's home during a phase of worldwide
lockdowns. Henry: "I assumed as I began this process that, owing to circumstances, I would be
making the most skeletal album of my career; when in fact, I have in many ways made my most
expansive record to date."
On "All The Eye Can See", Henry is joined by more than 20 musicians, among them his trusted
long-time musical companions and friends - Levon Henry on saxophone & clarinet, David Piltch
on bass, Patrick Warren on piano & keys and John Smith on acoustic guitar.
It is an intimate album, highly emotional, amazingly quiet, beautiful, and relaxed, with simple yet
skillful tunes, touching lyrics featuring 12 new and unforgettable songs, framed by an instrumental
prelude and prologue.