SAM MILLAR's first album ‘9 hours 2 Nashville’ was a critical success with many of the tracks being used for Line Dance compilations including releases from MCA and EMI. This brought many TV appearances and coverage around the world. Times change, and Sam moved onto other media projects, but promised himself he would continue writing songs and eventually would return to the USA to record a second album.
This was completed in 2009 when he recorded ’Saturday Night’. The album contains twelve tracks (eleven self-written) all with a theme and emotions around a Saturday night. The title track was released as a promotional single in August to re-introduce Sam to the many radio stations and magazines that supported him years ago.
Saturday Night was again produced by Mark Moseley, Sam's producer in Nashville, Tennessee, and a host of top session musicians and singers were brought together to make this modern day country/pop album. The only cover is Sam’s version of ‘I Can See Clearly Now’.
Sam received four stars out of 5 for his album "Saturday Night" when it was reviewed by Maverick Magazine. And Sam has reached number one in three separate European and British independent charts.
In February 2011, George Hamilton IV presented Sam with a New Christian Music Award for his song "House Full Of Love".
The follow-up single, "Guardian Angels", demonstrates the closeness between a father and a daughter and was released in May 2011.