Canceled - Adam Warner

Sat May 23 2020

7:00 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

The Basement

1604 Eighth Ave South Nashville, TN 37203

$7 ADV / $10 DOS

All Ages

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Canceled - Adam Warner

  • Advance tickets are no longer available online. All remaining tickets will be for sale at The Basement doors.
  • Adam Warner

    Adam Warner

    Country

    In a day and age where modern pop country dominates the market, Adam Warner’s style stays true to the pioneers of traditional country music. Influenced and inspired by the likes of Hank Sr., Waylon Jennings, George Jones, and Hank Jr. this former United States Marine veteran mixes the style of his heroes with his own to create his unique sound. Born and raised in Southeastern Illinois, Warner moved to Nashville in 2010 to complete college and pursue music following four years as an active duty Marine. After experimenting with group bands Adam realized that the only way he could stay authentic to the style of music that inspired him was to go solo. Warner released his first single “Empty” in February 2016 and is releasing his second “Rowdy as Randall” (a tribute to Hank Jr.) in July 2016. 

    Adam is currently writing-recording his first solo studio album, and recently performed with the legendary Rhonda Vincent and Daryl Singletary.
     

Canceled - Adam Warner

Sat May 23 2020 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

The Basement Nashville TN
Canceled - Adam Warner
  • Advance tickets are no longer available online. All remaining tickets will be for sale at The Basement doors.

$7 ADV / $10 DOS All Ages

Adam Warner

Adam Warner

Country

In a day and age where modern pop country dominates the market, Adam Warner’s style stays true to the pioneers of traditional country music. Influenced and inspired by the likes of Hank Sr., Waylon Jennings, George Jones, and Hank Jr. this former United States Marine veteran mixes the style of his heroes with his own to create his unique sound. Born and raised in Southeastern Illinois, Warner moved to Nashville in 2010 to complete college and pursue music following four years as an active duty Marine. After experimenting with group bands Adam realized that the only way he could stay authentic to the style of music that inspired him was to go solo. Warner released his first single “Empty” in February 2016 and is releasing his second “Rowdy as Randall” (a tribute to Hank Jr.) in July 2016. 

Adam is currently writing-recording his first solo studio album, and recently performed with the legendary Rhonda Vincent and Daryl Singletary.