Sam Henry: Second Album Release

Sam Henry

Talks music, hope, and the hard work leading up to his second album release

Eagle Magazine recently caught up with Sam Henry, the talented singer/songwriter, to discuss his upcoming album, ‘How It Begins,’ and his journey to mental health through music. Growing up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and having recorded in Nashville and San Diego, Sam’s second album promises to be a compelling blend of personal stories and musical expression. With his second album release party scheduled for June 30th at Rembrandt’s in Eagle, fans are eager to hear what Sam has been working on.

“There’s always hope. The underdog can always win, can always prevail.”

When asked about the development process for his new project, Sam shared insights into the organic and raw nature of the songs. “These songs have been in the works since the release of the first album,” Sam explained.

“It’s been very organic, very raw.”

Reflecting on the genre of his music, Sam described it as “pop country,” acknowledging the influence of both classic and contemporary country sounds. He drew parallels to artists like Luke Bryan and Sam Hunt while highlighting his own unique style.

When asked about highlights in his career, Sam fondly recalled moments like his first album release party at Rembrandts in 2022, where he was overwhelmed by the support of his fans. He also mentioned fond memories of collaborating with other artists and seeing his songs resonate with different audiences.

Looking ahead, Sam shared his plans for a full-length album in Spring of 2025, aiming to capture a fuller sound with session musicians. He emphasized the importance of hard work and consistency as being crucial in order to achieve success as an artist.

In a candid moment, Sam opened up about his journey with bipolar disorder, highlighting the role of music as therapy and the message of hope he wishes to convey through his songs. “There’s always hope. The underdog can always win, can always prevail,” he said, encouraging others to embrace their emotions and seek support when needed.

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Sam also expressed admiration for artists such as Taylor Swift, recognizing her talent and success in the industry. He credited music as his guiding light and thanked his fans for their continued support.

As the interview concluded, Sam invited fans to join him at upcoming shows in May and June, including performances at Bar 365, Eagle Saturday Market, Potter Wines, and more. His album release party will be held on June 30, from 6–9 pm, at Rembrandt’s in Eagle. Doors open at 5:30pm, and tickets are on sale at Eventbrite.com: “Sam Henry, ‘How it Begins’ – Album Release Party.”

Sam Henry is poised to captivate audiences all over Treasure Valley with his heartfelt music and inspiring message of hope and resilience. Sam’s inspiration for the songs on his new album stem from a range of emotions and experiences; including heartbreak, nostalgia, and hopefulness.

He emphasized the importance of storytelling and emotion in his songwriting process, realizing that best songs often come from the worst life experiences.

Discussing collaborations on the upcoming album, Sam revealed that this project would be more stripped-down and acoustic than his previous work. He expressed excitement about reconnecting with former band member, Tommy Fedak, known around town for his prominent lead guitar, and producer, Kevin Waller, acclaimed Nashville producer, and more recently, engineer at Victor Studios, in Tokyo, Japan.

Catch up with Sam on social media: Facebook: samhenrymusic208, and IG: @samhenry_music as he showcases his music locally, at Boise best venues. There’s a bright future ahead, and this is just the beginning. Visit eventbrite.com to purchase Sam Henry Release Album tickets.

 

 

 

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