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Adam Gregory Makes USA Debut With New Single 'Crazy Days'
Country, 08/04/2008 Comment

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Nashville, TN. (Top40 Charts/ Midas Records) - Midas/No Strings Attached recording artist Adam Gregory is making his U.S. debut with the release of "Crazy Days." The single was co-written by Adam, Lee Brice, Kyle Jacobs and Joe Leathers and was co-produced by Keith Follese and Brad Allen.

Though he's just 22 years old, Adam Gregory draws on more than a decade's worth of writing and performing experience for his upcoming debut album on Midas Records/No Strings Attached.

Growing up in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Adam's musical journey began when he wrote his first composition at age 12 and was signed to a record deal with Sony Canada. After recording his debut album, he launched into life as a road warrior opening shows for the likes of Alan Jackson, Keith Urban and Lonestar. Adam scored several top ten hits on Canada's country charts throughout his teens, gaining a loyal following with the release of three studio albums.

Now in Nashville, Adam looks forward to bringing his music to the U.S. market. He is currently on a series of radio tours promoting the single release and looking forward to continued touring in support of the upcoming album.



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