Marine Veteran & Country Artist, Adam Warner, Performs “4 Square Miles” Live On RFD-TV For Veteran’s Day

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Today we honor those who have served our country. And while some veterans have transitioned into agriculture, former marine, Adam Warner, returned to the family farm only to find his next journey was pursuing country music. He stopped by Market Day Report to speak with Tammi Arender about his journey.

You can find out more about Adam Warner at adamwarneriscountry.com

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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, and his first studio album, Big Storm, which resulted in him being heralded by critics as a welcome return to traditional country with songs that are mini-movies about every-day life. He is now working on his next project, which he says will stay in the same realm, but as the Marines taught him, will show growth in his music.

Adam Warner Contacts:
Media & PR: Jason Ashcraft | JAshcraft502@gmail.com |  (615) 991-1125
Booking: Bill Vandiver | bill@adamwarneriscountry.com | (615) 504-0781

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