Henry Gross has been a recording artist on many worldwide major labels (A&M, Sony, Capitol, Lifesong, Sonet & more) , vocalist , guitarist, (Jim Croce's records) , hit songwriter and producer since 1969 when he played "The Woodstock Festival" as a founding member of "SHA NA NA". He has had worldwide hits as an artist and writer including the two million plus seller "SHANNON" in 1976 and most recently "Big Guitar", a top ten country hit for the Arista recording group, Blackhawk. Henry recently released "I'm Hearing Things" on his own Zelda Records. Henry is currently working on a one man show chronicling the highlights and funniest moments of his life in the entertainment business. The Show is called "One Hit Wanderer". He is currently spending a great deal of time working on a documentary of "One Hit Wanderer" with two brilliant young filmmakers, Ed Greenberg and Mick Perry, at their studio, M360, in Irvington, NY. In Addition, over the past year, Henry has been recording in Ft. Myers, FL with multi-talented engineer/instrumentalist John McLane, producing enough material for two new CD's.