Adam Warner

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Adam Warner is a former United States Marine turned country music artist.  He stays true to the traditions of

his mentors --- Artists such as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Hank Jr. & Trace Adkins.

Adam was born and raised in Lawrenceville, Illinois. After 4 years of active duty, he made the move to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his dreams in music.

 

His first single release was in 2016, with a song titled "Empty". A song that deals with the emotions of life after everything you think you cherish is gone. in The Next single Adam penned, he found inspiration from Hank "Randall" Williams Jr. "Rowdy as Randall".  2017 Adam co wrote and released the welcome anthem song to Nissan stadium for the Tennessee Titans visiting teams  "Welcome to the south".  All singles are available to hear on iTunes here.

Adam will kick off 2018 with his next single.  A duet with country legend Trace Adkins titled "Sempter Fi" --- A song dedicated to all active and former military.  Look for that and his full ep April 2018!  

Adam spent 2017 touring the United states performing fairs & festivals & concerts.  he was the opening act for Trace Adkins fall tour.  Some Other notable recent performances include: The Legendary Basement, The Crystal Grand Palace, Red Skelton at VU, Genessee Theater, George Jones Museum,  Nashville's CMA Festival, with Rhonda Vincent & Darrell Singletary, the famed Ernest Tubb's "Midnight Jamboree", the Opry Mills Entertainment

Stage, Nashville's infamous "Commodore Lounge Writers Evening", the Fontanel, The Whiskey Room Live & Miss Kentucky USA!

With a band of some of Nashville Tennessee's most experienced musicians backing him, Warner delivers one of the best traditional country music shows you can experience. With unique tributes to his musical heroes along with his many original tunes, Adam captivates an audience with each performance that everyone can appreciate.