Plus, all new Season 2 of Beer:30 with Adam Warner & Friends taped episodes featuring country artist JD Shelburne, singer-songwriter Will Dakota, country-soul artist Ciara Rae, and rock n’ roll revivalist Jesse Kramer coming soon!
Warner set to take part in a intimate songwriter’s round at Nashville’s Listening Room Cafe on July 29 with Joybeth Taylor, Josh Gallagher, & Audra McLaughlin
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music artist Adam Warner recently kicked off the 2nd season of his Beer:30 social media variety show series in June during the 1st Annual CreatiVets Golf Tournament. Today, Warner is excited to announce a new online streaming partnership with Nashville’s Center Stage Magazine, who will begin cross-streaming Beer:30 LIVE today at 6:30pm CT via their Facebook page (@centerstagemag), along with Adam’s own Facebook page, YouTube channel, and Twitch channel.
In response to the COVID pandemic shutting down live music in 2020, Adam and his team launched Beer:30 in two filming styles: Beer:30 LIVE, a real time live-streamed jam session with Adam and his band, along with the pre-taped episode series, Beer:30 with Adam Warner & Friends, a more formal television style format of show with featured guest artists, interviews with Adam, and musical collaborations with pristinely mixed audio and video.
The 2020 season garnered more than 250K+ views across his platforms and brought Adam together with several up-and-coming guest artists including Lewis Brice, Josh Gallagher, Dixie Jade, Brassfield, Aly Cutter, Manny Blu, Williams Honor and Justin Biltonen.
The forthcoming pre-taped episodes for Season 2 of Beer:30 with Adam Warner & Friends features more new guest artists and musical collaborations with country recording artist J.D. Shelburne, singer-songwriter Will Dakota, country-soul recording artist Ciara Rae, The Voice’s Audra McLaughlin from “Team Blake”, country artist Noah Garner, and rock n’ roll revivalist Jesse Kramer, with more guests to be announced at a later date.
“Beer:30 is just a fun show to me and I have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to get to perform on live stream and also to see those familiar names pop up on the stream is exciting,” Warner said. “I like chatting with folks between songs, and I’m excited to start Beer:30 up again!”
Upcoming Live Shows & Streams:
JUL 12 – *Beer:30 LIVE on Center Stage Magazine (6:30pm CT)
JUL 29 – The Listening Room Cafe / Nashville, Tenn.
AUG 28 – Win On The Wabash / Fort Recovery, Ohio
AUG 30 – Farm Progress Show / Decatur, Ill.
SEPT 10 – Lawrence County Septemberfest / Louisa, Ky.
OCT. 18 – Million Dollar Cowboy Bar / Jackson, Wyo.
* Denotes a live-streamed performance
– For Adam’s most updated show & live stream schedule, follow on BandsInTown, or visit AdamWarnerIsCountry.com
About Adam Warner:
Adam Warner comes from a family who have been family farmers for more than 100 years, and he grew up with men who served in the U.S. Military. He found an early love for music and played in bands throughout high school. Influenced by his favorite singers, including Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, George Jones and Hank Williams Jr. and Sr., he started writing songs and continued to perform until he took a break from music while in college to join the U. S. Marines for five years. As soon as he could after his discharge, Warner moved to Nashville, where he was soon back to writing songs and entertaining fans. It was obviously the right decision, because country star Trace Adkins heard about him and invited Warner to open his shows. Warner had heard Adkins’ hit “Semper Fi” when he was in the Marines and told Adkins he would like to record the song, and Adkins agreed to duet on it with him. The song won Warner the Vox Pop award for Country Music Song of the Year at the 17th annual Independent Music Awards in June of 2019. Warner and buddies Quinn Loggins and Trafton Harvey wrote “Welcome to the South,” which has become the theme song for the NFL team the Tennessee Titans, who turned it into a video they play before each of their games in Nashville. Warner has released an EP, Can’t Get Enough, which resulted in him being heralded by critics as a welcome return to traditional country with songs that are mini-movies about everyday life. After dropping his first full-length album in February, 2020 called Big Storm, he’s already working on new music for 2021 which he says will stay in a similar realm – but as the Marines taught him – will show growth in his music.
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