Spotlight Interview with Henry Aberson


Henery Aberson teamed up with a few others and released a gorgeous and smooth single that breeds a contemporary pop and an R&B tonality to really build an atmosphere that has a way of taking you to a different place all together.


"At The End of The World" is an incredibly alluring and sultry single that features soulful and passionately performed vocals by Stephanie Oliver.


Oliver adds such a beautiful layer to the already lush track, and they really bring everything together in a smart and addictive way.


Aberson has a way with arrangement and really falls right into those keys and guitars like a champion as the entire song becomes something you can picture in your head somehow.


The performance on the instrumentation is outstanding and it all has such a laid back and effortless feel to it like it's all second nature for Aberson and Oliver obviously vibes with that so well that it all just clicks.


It's a song of appreciation and love. It feels good to listen to and it's absolutely perfect for a slow dance with your loved one.


An experienced and mature sense of musicianship stands out here and it surely makes for a song that breathes as it plays on.


With the release of such a great single, we wanted to have a chat with Henry to find out where this all came from and what may be next.


RAG: Okay so let's start with "At the End of The World". This track had a cinematic and smooth R&B feel to it! Where did this single come from?


It came from a drum, feel and Korey Keys piano ..., working on the melody, and structure , Chris Campbell added perfect guitar tones to the song , and Stephanie Oliver , wrote the lyrics and sang the song … Chris and Korey are LA musicians , I am in Tulsa … It came from our soul … RAG: I'm hearing some great styles on this release. Who are some of your biggest musical influences?


Erykah Badu , D’Angelo , Slum Village , Jose James ,,,, Elements of these artist inspire me … At the moment … RAG: So how did this all begin for you really?


When did you fall in love with making music? Its supposed to happen , the flow is naturally pushing me , I think I have something to say musically with songs , I am a long time drummer , the producer/collaboration thing started in 2018 , and has not stopped … Doing what comes natural, Really, enjoying the talented musicians, and the process…. Working on monthly releases … RAG: What's next for you as an artist?


More songs , Hope to get some sync licensing opportunities , and considering some major city tours in Europe, and the U.S. … RAG: What inspires you to write a song?


I get inspired by all kinds of music I hear ... , the way a song feels , If it captures me , It makes me think about why … , and may inspire the direction I am going in … RAG: What are you doing when you're NOT working on music?


I am an entrepreneur , Real estate development , upscale retail, investments …. Have great support in my work , and encouragement to keep the music happening …. RAG: Who are you listening to right now?


Like old and new from Stevie , Aretha , Sly … to RH factor , to Erykah, Slum Village , Jose James , and emerging artists , that are on Spotify playlist … RAG: Are you doing live performances?


We have playing clubs , but my preference is recording , unless , we have an opportunity to play in a great room … Or tour the right places , RAG: This single seems like a big undertaking. What kind of advice might you have for other up and coming artists out there?


Its about the song , not the ego … Have money to promote your music , have a really good professional mixing engineer … Focus on the world , not just your city , its amazing, how connected the world is musically … last week alone we had write ups in , Italy, Portugal , and Mexico …. In one week … RAG: Before we go, what would you like to say to fans of the music?


We are truly flattered, and appreciative the support … Thank you , for listening … And more to come ! Spotify

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