Blue Hill, Maine, U.S.
|Genres||Jazz, avant-garde jazz|
|Labels||Fresh Sound, Sunnyside|
|Associated acts||Reid Anderson|
Bill McHenry (born 1972) is an American jazz saxophonist and composer. He is the leader of the Bill McHenry Quartet and has released over a dozen albums under his own name, in addition to collaborating on many more.
Later life and career
McHenry moved to New York in 1992. His recording debut as a leader was Rest Stop, in 1997. It was followed by Graphic two years later. Proximity, a duo recording with drummer Andrew Cyrille, was released around 2016.
- Jazz Is Where You Find It (Fresh Sound, 1997)
- Rest Stop (Fresh Sound, 1997)
- Graphic (Fresh Sound, 1998)
- Live at Smalls (with Reid Anderson, Ethan Iverson, and Jeff Williams) (2000)
- Quartet Featuring Paul Motian (Fresh Sound, 2002)
- Sonic Pressure (Fresh Sound, 2005)
- Roses (Sunnyside, 2006)
- Rediscovery (with John McNeil) (2008)
- Bloom (with Ben Monder) (2009)
- Chill Morn He Climb Jenny (with John McNeil) (2010)
- Ghosts of the Sun (2011)
- La Peur De Vide (2012)
- Proximity (Sunnyside, 2016)
- Ben Entrada La Nit (2018)
With Avishai Cohen
With Guillermo Klein
With MIT Wind Ensemble & MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble
- Infinite Winds (Sunnyside)
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