“Summer On Fire,” Hits Big w/Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
alpari broker review In case you missed CMT’s Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team on television last week, Adam Fears song, “Summer On Fire,” was featured.
Written by Ross Copperman, Brett Beavers, & Ryan Tyndell and placed on Adam’s debut record, Golden Gravel Road, from LandStar Entertainment, it kicks off his album in a big way to kick off or reminisce about your summer.
“SUMMER ON FIRE” FEATURED THIS THURSDAY ON CMT’S DALLAS COWBOY CHEERLEADERS EPISODE
olymp trade reference This Thursday 8/27 Adam Fears’ track “Summer on Fire” will be featured on CMT’S Dallas Cowboy Cheerleadersepisode. It’s the lead-off track on Adam’s label debut album Golden Gravel Road, penned by Brett Beavers, Ross Copperman, and Ryan Tyndell.
According to Adam,“‘Summer on Fire’ is just a rock-fueled summer song. Really all I can say about it, is when Jeremy Stover (Producer) played it for me there was no doubt I wanted to see what my voice sounded like on it.”
Tune in to CMT this Thursday August 27th at 11pm Eastern/ 10pm Central to see what those Dallas Cowboys have worked up for the song! (Coincidentally, Dallas has been Adam’s favorite team since he can remember!)
exness metatrader 4 RECTORVILLE | Rising country music star Adam Fears will headline the 7th annual Running Bare Biker Bash Aug. 13, 14, and 15. Fears is best known for writing the “Gospel According To Jones,” a touching tribute to George Jones. Recorded by Eric Lee Beddingfield, the song was the last studio and video appearance by The Possum and was featured on the Grand Old Opry’s 80th Birthday Concert for Jones.
Adam Fears selects Maverick Elite Entertainment as exclusive representation
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - LandStar Entertainment artist Adam Fears has selected Maverick Elite Entertainment as exclusive booking representation. “Out of all the agents we have talked to, Mikey Bowers, president of MAV, has been the most engaged, and has the highest work ethic by far. Together, we look forward to keeping Adam on the road supporting his Golden Gravel Road release and takin’ it to the people,” Scott Metko, LandStar COO.
Earlier this summer in Waco TX, Mikey had this to say about Adam’s live show, “Great crowd interaction, great swagger, mojo and stage presence and confidence both vocally and on guitar. I had no idea he could play guitar like that. Overall I was blown away!“
Our spotlight shines on someone who is no stranger to our website’s homepage, Adam Fears. “Golden Gravel Road” jumped 10 places this week to #63 on the Texas Regional Radio Report and added 4 stations! Written by Fears and Mike McQuerry, the track was produced by Jeremy Stover at the The Rukkus Room in Nashville. Fears told us “In my line of work, you dance in the devil’s playground every night. There’s temptation everywhere. Hollywood calls it ‘sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll.’ As an artist you have to remember who you are. More importantly you have to remember WHOSE you are. I’m far from perfect, but Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior and it’s because of Him I’m able to do what I love. It’s because of Him we’ve made it this far. It’s because of Him I’ll get to see the man I wrote this song about someday soon.“ Well if that isn’t good enough inspiration for a song, I don’t know what is. The song’s detailed lyrics paint a beautiful and sentimental picture and Fears’ strong vocals
We have 5 great singles this week from Adam Fears, Doc West, Jesse Jennings, James Lann, and Josh Tiemann! Listen, Share, and Request! Let’s help these singles breakthrough on to the Texas music charts! Tyler TX. LandStar Entertainment recording artist Adam Fears releases the title track from his label debut, Golden Gravel Road. Raised in Whitehouse, Adam wrote the song about his granddad, who was born, raised and lived his whole life in Tyler. Adam explains: “In my line of work, you dance in the devil’s playground every night. There’s temptation everywhere. Hollywood calls it “sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll.” As an artist you have to remember who you are. More importantly you have to remember WHOSE you are. I’m far from perfect, but Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior and it’s because of Him I’m able to do what I love. It’s because of Him we’ve made it this far. It’s because of Him I’ll get to see the man I wrote this song about someday soon. …we buried him in his cowboy boots,