Samuel Herb, the talented singer/songwriter, released his latest
single "To the Trees" on April 22, 2023, in honor of Earth Day. This song is a tribute to nature and a call to action for everyone to take care of the environment. For every 1K streams on the song, Samuel will plant one tree through his partnership with onetreeplanted.org, and he will also plant one tree for every piece of merchandise sold from his store.
"To the Trees" is a masterpiece produced by Mark Caldwell and mastered by
Grammy-nominated engineer Adam Grover. The track is a perfect blend of Samuel's signature Americana sound and his passion for the environment. This song is for anyone who loves nature and cares for mother earth.
"I hope people are feeling extra Earthy and want to say hi 'To the Trees' with me! I wanted to thank the trees for always being there to give fresh airand never telling my secrets while I talk to myself in the woods; feels like alot of people have related to it while I was out on the road with the 502s."
Samuel Herb, originally from Jacksonville, FL, moved to Nashville in 2016, where he quickly fell in love with Americana music. He placed second in American Songwriter Magazine’s Lyric Contest, which motivated him to pursue his career in music. In 2020, he released a single titled "Just a Tree," which sparked his tree-planting initiative. Together with his fans, he has planted nearly 1,000 trees.
Samuel Herb has charted three times in the top 10 on the Apple Singer/Songwriter Charts and has been played on Nashville’s Lightning 100, 99.1 WQIK Jacksonville, 99.9 Gator Country Jacksonville, FL, WMOT Roots Radio Middle-Tennessee, and several small European stations. He was also featured as one of the first five Limewire "LimeLight" artists on Limewire's return and was the top-grossing NFT artist in Limewire's first week back.
"To the Trees" is not only a beautiful song, but it also serves a greater purpose. With every stream and merchandise purchase, Samuel Herb and his fans will plant trees, which will contribute to a greener and more sustainable future. So, listen to "To the Trees" and join Samuel Herb's mission to make the world a better place.