NO. 1 SINGER-SONGWRITER ADAM SANDERS RELEASES"MAKE EM WANNA CHANGE"
No. 1 singer-songwriterAdam Sanders' new single,"Make Em Wanna Change," is available now across all music platforms. Taste of Countryexclusively premiered a first listen to the "mid-tempo, retro-cool song (Sterling Whitaker)." To stream or download "Make Em Wanna Change," clickHERE.
"This song came from a real place for me, and I can say I’ve lived every word of it. Most people might take the lyric as a current relationship, but for me, this song was inspired by a past relationship that challenged me to work to be the best version of myself even though the relationship didn’t work out in the end," Sanders shared withTaste of Country.
American Songwritercompared Sanders' sound to country icon Garth Brooks, writing, "Raised during the heyday of 90’s country, that is more than evident in his sound. Real. Authentic. Like a guy who grew up IN real country music and not just around it. Think about the way Garth sounds when he sings. There’s no act there. That’s no facade. That’s just him. It’s who he is. Sanders fits in much the same way."
Written by Sanders, Adam Craig and Dallas Wilson and produced by Jacob Rice, "Make Em Wanna Change" follows "Ruled the World,"which featured his fellow singer-songwriters Hunter Phelps, Ray Fulcher, Cash Campbell, Faren Rachels, Josh Mirenda, Mitch Rossell and Drew Parker. The video,starring Tracy Lawrence, Aaron Tippin, Marty Raybon and Mike McGuire, has received over 1.4 million views.
The Lake City, Fla. native moved to Nashville in 2009 where he worked construction to pay the bills while developing his chops as a songwriter. Sanders earned his first No. 1 hit in 2015 with Cole Swindell's "Ain't Worth The Whiskey" which was quickly followed by another No. 1 with Dustin Lynch's "Hell of a Night." After learning how to craft a song that was right in the pocket for country radio, Sanders embarked on his artist career. As an independent artist, he has sold over 70,000 singles, scored over 90 million total streams and charted at No. 33 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart with his self-titled, debut EP.
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ABOUT ADAM SANDERS:
Raw talent is essential for an artist to develop a successful career, but a strong sense of identity is just as crucial. Adam Sanders possesses both. The proof is in the listening of Sanders’ 2020 releases: "the mid-tempo, retro-cool song (Taste of Country)," "Make Em Wanna Change," and "the infectious tune (Billboard)," "Ruled The World," which featured seven singer-songwriters and a video starring Tracy Lawrence, Aaron Tippin, Marty Raybon and Mike McGuire. A native of Lake City, FL, Sanders knew at an early age that music would be his life. Most of Sanders’ family had musical talent, especially his uncle Scotty Sanders, a professional steel guitar player, who encouraged his nephew’s dream. After honing his skills performing around northern Florida, Sanders moved to Nashville in 2009. He worked construction to pay the bills while developing his chops as a songwriter. His skills caught the attention of executives at Big Yellow Dog who signed him to a publishing deal in December of 2011. Sanders first found success in Nashville as a songwriter, penning songs for Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley and Tyler Farr, among others. One of Music Row’s hottest young songwriters, Sanders has topped the charts with such No. 1 singles as Cole Swindell’s “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” and Dustin Lynch’s “Hell of a Night.” Sanders learned how to craft a song that was right in the pocket for country radio. He then embarked on his artist career, quickly earning a reputation as an up and comer to watch as he independently sold over 70,000 singles, scored over 90 million total streams and charted at No. 33 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart with his self-titled, debut EP. Sanders continues to lay the groundwork for what is destine to be the perfect pendulum swing from the story-telling and twang of the 90’s to the progressive infectious sound found in today’s Country Music.