Shane Henry has opened up for major names like BB King, Etta James, Buddy Guy, Edwin McCain and the Destroyers. His edgy electric guitar chords and solos in his new single “Save Me” are highly addictive. The two-minute track leaves the listener undeniably wanting more from him.
Henry’s music has been heard on NBC, CBS, Discovery Channel, Hallmark Channel, and the E! Television network. The singer/songwriter’s passion and purpose has made it his mission to impart the emotion and inspiration he’s accumulated through the sum total of his life experiences. With his new album set to release on April 28th, throughout the course of its 11 songs, it seals the divide between blues and pop, resulting in a sound that boasts elements of both, while also retaining a freshness, spontaneity, and an instantly infectious sound that expands his boundaries as both a songwriter and a musician.
The artist explains how he’s experienced his share of highs and lows in the career of making music, but he believes the songs he’s included on his new albumLight in the Darkhelp capture his emotions. “The songs I’ve included onLight in the Darkexpress that range of emotions — the struggle, the spiritual journey, the excitement and the enlightenment, all while trying to offer some thoughts about what it takes to find one’s place in the world and the steps we need to take to realize our dreams.” Listen to “Save Me” right here:
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