Rob Henderson is an American singer-songwriter from Fort Worth, TX. Rob began his musical career in southern Indiana playing in local coffee shops and talent shows. Rob recorded and released his first album, (End of the Line,) in early 2004. During his time in Indiana, Rob formed the group Hypothetically Speaking and recorded two albums. (Nothing on the Weather Channel, Message to Ourselves) In August, 2010, Rob relocated back to his hometown of Fort Worth, TX to pursure his music more agressively.
In January, 2004, Rob played his first show at a talent expo at Floyd central High School. After a good response from a small group of fans, he began scheduling regular appearances at a local coffee shop. Rob had begun to record some of his songs at home and would hand out the recordings to fans to help get his name out.
In May, 2004, Rob enslited the help of guitarist, Cory Emerson and drummer, Scott Gritton and together, they formed the Rob Henderson Trio. The group played several talent shows and local gigs and in 2005, after re-forming under the name Hypothetically Speaking, recorded their first album, "Nothing on the Weather Channel." The band began to see larger attendance at their shows and greater fan response mostly due to the song "Afraid," written by Emerson and Henderson.
In August, 2007, Rob Henderson was involved in a car accident that claimed the lives of 3 of his friends, including Cory Emerson. Shortly after the accident, Rob announced that he would be taking a break from writing and recording.
In January, 2008, Rob reformed the group and headed back into the studio to record "Message to Ourselves." After a series of local shows and events, the band disbanded and went their seperate ways.
In August, 2010, Rob relocated to his hometown of Fort Worth to more actively pursue his musical career. His studio EP, A Second Impression, is slated to release July 3rd, 2012.