After a brief spell with Rodford and John Verity as Phoenix, Henrit's post-Argent career included work with a number of artists, including Charlie, after their 1978 tour opening for The Kinks, and Ian Matthews.
More DetailsHide DetailsAs a session drummer, he worked with The Who vocalist, Roger Daltrey, and was present on Dave Davies' Glamour (1981) and Chosen People (1983) solo albums. He also worked regularly with the GB Blues Band which, in addition to Rodford, included former members of the Mike Cotton Sound.
In late 1968, Henrit teamed up with Russ Ballard, Jim Rodford and Rod Argent to form Argent, and remained with them until the band ended in 1976.
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