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The Lawrenceville, IL native, Adam Warner moved to Nashville Tn. to pursue his passion of creating country southern rock music after proudly serving in the United States Marines. 


Currently “The Farmer” is the second single Warner will release in 2023 from his yet to be titled EP project. “Cowboy Crazy” released April 8th. Warner has distribution with ONErpm.


Warner’s 2022 3rd full length album titled  - What We’re Known For - had much success on various country playlists.   Songs like “Catchin Hell”, “Reason to Redneck, “Long Haired Country Boy”,  “Split a Beer,” “Lost in a Country Song” and “One Drunk” contributed to his now over 5 million worldwide streams & views. 


Warner’s second full length album, Big Storm, released in February 2021 to rave reviews.  The album had popular singles including "Big Storm," "That's How You Know You're Living," "Someone God Can Use," "Semper Fi",  "Rowdy As Randall" and the heavily streamed and video viewed "4 Square Miles," the song that pays homage to Adam's hometown of Lawrenceville IL and his 5th generation family farm. 


Warner’s single "Semper Fi," featuring Trace Adkins was dedicated to all active and former military and awarded the Country Music Song of the Year at the 2019 Independent Music Awards.  


Adam Warner had his first opportunity to grace the stage of the Grand Ole Opry as he performed on the show "Sunday Mornin’ Country" during CMA Fest week 2019. 


In 2018 Warner released his first EP titled Can’t Get Enough with the single he co-wrote “Welcome To The South,” which the Tennessee Titans used as their “Welcome” to Nissan Stadium intro song to their opposing teams during the season.   Later that year, Adam released the album 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 artists.  


Warner created a live streaming series titled Beer:30 with Season 1 featuring 18 episodes and over 250K streams/views on various platforms including Facebook Live, YouTube & Twitch and aired on Nashville Country TV.  There are talks about filming Season 2.   


This Military Veteran meets Country Rocker is carving out his own path in country music.  You can expect big things to come from Adam Warner.

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