Adam Warner

 Adam Warner hails from Lawrenceville, IL. and proudly served in the United States Marines. He made the move to Nashville, Tennessee afterwards to pursue his desire to become a successful country music artist and carry on in the footsteps of those he had grown up listening to and admiring. Artists such as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Hank Jr., Trace Adkins and more.

           Adam co-wrote the project titled “Welcome To The South” and the tune became used at Nissan Stadium for the Tennessee Titans as a “Welcome” song to the opposing teams! Adam’s first full length CD project is titled “Big Storm” and contains tunes he co wrote as well as songs written by the legendary hit maker Kim Williams. His first single release was a song titled “Rowdy As Randall”. The inspiration for the song came from Hank "Randall" Williams Jr., whom Adam will be the first to say reminds him of himself. Adam released his first EP titled “Can’t Get Enough”. It contained the single ”Semper Fi” featuring Trace Adkins (a song dedicated to all active and former military) which was recently awarded the 2019 Country Music Song of the year at the Independent Music awards in New York City June 22nd, 2019. Adam released a 12 song CD project titled "The Songs that Made Me Adam Warner" recorded live at The Wildhorse in Nashville TN. The project is some of Adam’s favorite songs

from his favorite artist.

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