Shane Henry, singer/songwriter/guitarist originally from Oklahoma City and now living in Los Angeles, began his musical journey at 19 when he played 30 national dates on the B.B. King Festival Tour opening for B.B. himself. Following the tour, Shane signed with Shanachie Records, and with the help of fellow musicians Double Trouble, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and producer Kevin Bowe, Shane’s album, Deliverance, was created and immediately distributed in stores nation-wide.
Shane’s musical style has evolved over the years from a heavy blues-influenced style to what is now an eclectic blend of rock, soul, blues, and pop. Listeners compare his sound to legends like Stevie Wonder, John Lennon, and Eric Clapton and newer artists such as James Morrison, Ray Lamontagne, and John Mayer. Shane has opened for and/or toured with Etta James, the Neville Brothers, Jonny Lang, Johnny Winter, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Susan Tedeschi, George Thorogood, Hanson, Edwin McCain, and Buddy Guy.
Shane is currently playing shows across the country, from national festivals to popular venues and colleges. Most recently he has recorded and released The Love EP (2007) and Beauty In The Struggle (2010). Many TV networks are presently using Shane’s songs on their shows.