The first choice of Australia’s raucous country-rockers Wagons, Henry Wagons also explored the dark side of Americana like a solo artist. While his music group released many critically acclaimed albums in Australia and produced their U.S. debut with 2011’s Rumble, Tremble and Tumble, Henry Wagons began his solo profession almost unintentionally. When the music group finished its Rumble, Tremble and Tumble tour, Henry dropped ill upon time for Melbourne. Rather than relaxing up, he published tunes. After recording a lot of the music in his personal studio room, he recruited a who’s who of visitor vocalists — like the Go-Betweens’ Robert Forster as well as the Kills’ Alison Mosshart — to sing Lee Hazlewood-inspired duets with him. The outcomes became 2013’s mini-album Anticipating Organization? The live EP Upstairs at United 9 — that was documented at Nashville’s United vinyl fabric pressing flower — also showed up that 12 months. The Wagons music group came back in 2014 with Acidity Rain and Sugars Cane, a couple of tunes featuring the Poor Seed products’ Mick Harvey as co-producer. For 2016’s full-length single debut After What I DID SO YESTERDAY EVENING…, Henry Wagons journeyed to Nashville to utilize maker Skylar Wilson plus some from the city’s esteemed Americana musicians.