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ACN Friday Find: Adam Warner Introduces Himself To Listeners With “What We’re Known For”

It's always a breath of fresh air when Nashville's talent stays true to themselves in their art. In an overly perfectionist industry, temptations are often high to opt for a more mainstream sound at the cost of self-expression. However, Adam Warner resolves to never do that in his craft. Hailing from a small town in Maine, the proud Marines veteran allows his wild and carefree side to shine through.

Warner's philosophy as an artist is simple: "Do what you love and love what you do," he shared in a recent press release. “There's no restart button. One of the greatest things about music is that it lives forever, my songs will be around long after I’m gone. But while I’m here, I want to help people live in the moment. At the end of the day, if I can play a part in one person’s good day, if I can make some laugh, cry or feel something, I know I’ve done my job as an artist.”

The album's title track and opener welcomes listeners with a bang, establishing its overall southern rock style. It also lays the foundation for the album's lyrical themes- pride in one's country, working hard during the day, religion, and other everyday aspects of life important to Warner. Some tracks, like "Catchin' Hell" and "Lost In A Country Song," layer his vocals over hard-hitting electric guitars. Others, such as "Split A Beer," slow things down while tugging at the listener's heartstrings.

A common thread of his irresistible drawl, as well as vivid, passionate storytelling, ties the record together. Taking an authentic approach heavily informed by his own personal experiences, Warner creates the perfect blend between 60s rock and traditional country.

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