The Yorktown musician played all of the instruments heard in his latest single, including piano, bass, drums, percussion, rhythm and lead guitar. He also recorded the lead and backing vocals.
(Check out the music video of his single by clicking on the video above. He recorded it with his sister and some of their friends.)
"You meet a lot of people," Sam said of the themes explored in his single. "Some are nice and some aren’t. My friends are fun and easy to be with, winning or losing, good times or bad. No drama. Those are the kinds of friends we should try to have, and those are the kinds of people we should try to be."
The young musician's journey began at age 5 when he saw an electric guitar hanging on the wall of a music shop. He pointed at it and told his father he wanted to play the guitar. Sam is now student at The Lagond Music School in Elmsford and plays the acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, piano and congas.
He released his debut single titled 'I Sure Hope Not' last October. Sam cites his main artistic influences to be Paul McCartney, Lenny Kravitz, Steve Winwood, and Stevie Wonder.
'Being With You Is Easy" is now available on
- iTunes (bit.ly/13w1gNX)
- Amazon (amzn.to/1e5vbTW)
- GooglePlay (bit.ly/1fMDG1Y)
- and other digital music outlets worldwide.