Henry Conlon is an Americana artist based out of Nashville TN. He began writing songs in high school playing coffee houses and the occasional open mic. As time went on he began to grow a small but loyal fanbase in the northeast and eventually cut an album of original songs with Eric Lichter at Dirt Floor Records. The album, Home is a compilation of songs Henry wrote about his experiences in life and his musings on the world around him. Since releasing the album, Henry has moved to Nashville where he has been writing and performing nearly every night of the week, embedding himself into the songwriter scene. In the late summer of 2020, Henry got back in the studio this time with Donnie Reis and Joel Jorgenson and cut an acoustic version of his signature song I'm Coming Home, which, in this recording, features an acoustic guitar and vocals as the main focus of the track and is then interleaved with light piano and some haunting fiddle. The story of I'm Coming Home gets put as the main focus on this recording with an emphasis on the strong lyrical content which grapples with themes of identity, alcoholism, self doubt and perseverance. In February 2021 Conlon put out Lucy which has been called, "an upbeat melodic departure from some of the earlier melancholic work."