Over the course of his 15 year career, singer-songwriter Shane Henry has opened for big name acts like BB King, Etta James, Edwin McCain, and the Destroyers, and has had his music featured on television networks such as NBC, Hallmark Channel, and the E! Television network, among others. Hailing from a small town in Oklahoma, his body of work is informed by his life experiences, transmitting raw emotion through infectious rhythms and poignant lyrics.
His latest blues-flavored single "Save Me" is a perfect example of the magic that occurs when emotion and inspiration collide. "I've always been a huge Robert Johnson fan and the folklore that surrounded his life and death," Henry explained. "'Save Me' was inspired by that story and was also the first song written for the new album 'Light In The Dark.'"
The accompanying video comes in anticipation of his new album Light in the Dark, which drops this Friday, April 28. Produced in part by David Ryan (John Mayer, Dave Matthews, Santana) and Justin Glasco (The Lone Bellow), the album follows six previous releases and offers the listener hope and comfort to counteract the confusion and challenges that exist in today's world. "There is a strong spiritual element to the record and the song resonates with that message," Henry told Musical Notes Global. "My goal as an artist is to make a positive impact on my audiences through my music."
Henry will play an album release show on April 28 at The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, which will be followed by nine additional tour dates. "I'm mostly looking forward to playing this record live and sharing this music with my fans," he said about his upcoming shows. For the full list of tour dates, visit his website shanehenry.com and for all of his latest news and updates, follow him on social media: