At a public piano, a musician performs professionally and cheers up the crowd.

Piano player, songwriter, bandleader, and recording artist Henri Herbert’s musical genres include Boogie Woogie, Blues, and Rock ‘n’ Roll. He was raised in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, and was born in the French city of Harfleur. He began studying the blues and boogie piano at a young age.

He is one of the top-rated and most in-demand pianists playing blues and boogie-woogie today, and he performs all over the world. He has collaborated with Bryan Adams, Isabella Summers, Jim Sclavunos, and Slim Jim Phantom in addition to performing as a soloist.

He joined the UK band The Jim Jones Revue in 2011 and played keyboards until the band disbanded in 2014. On September 7, 2011, he made an appearance as a part of The Jim Jones Revue on the Late Show with David Letterman (CBS-TV). Herbert is renowned for the extraordinarily large number of online plays that his original songs have amassed.

A video of Herbert playing “Henri’s Boogie,” a song he wrote, was posted on YouTube in 2013 and has now received over 27 million views. Over 50 million people have viewed a different video of his original song “Gettin’ On Down.” He currently resides in Austin, Texas, where he frequently tours Europe in addition to giving regular performances and recordings.