Adam Chaffins has signed a worldwide publishing cope with Spirit Music Nashville/Fluid Music Revolution.
Chaffins grew up alongside Kentucky’s Nation Music Freeway U.S. 23, which spans seven counties and claims to have produced extra hit nation artists per capita than another area, together with Loretta Lynn, Crystal Gayle, The Judds, Chris Stapleton, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ricky Skaggs, Keith Whitley, Dwight Yoakam and Patty Loveless.
After transferring to Tennessee, Chaffins discovered his traction as a songwriter and in-demand session musician, whereas additionally taking part in on the highway as a member of varied bands, together with bluegrass band City Mountain and Rounder Information’ The Lethal Gents. He launched his debut album, Some Issues Received’t Final in 2020 adopted by singles “Additional Away” and “Now I Don’t Know.”
“Adam is already a well-respected musician and singer within the Americana neighborhood, and we imagine he’s really untapped within the mainstream nation style,” notes Mike Fiorentino, Director of A&R/Manufacturing, Spirit Music Nashville. “Adam brings a real uniqueness in his musicality to the Spirit/Fluid crew. Raised in Jap Kentucky on Appalachian music and classically educated in jazz, his fashion of nation is wise, sincere, and really genuine.”
“Adam is a particular expertise. Not solely does he play a number of devices, however his artistic lyrics are a breath of contemporary air,” provides AJ Burton, Vice President, Fluid Music Revolution. “We’re thrilled to be within the Adam Chaffins enterprise and might’t watch for the world to listen to Adam’s artistry and his songwriting talents.”
“My ardour has at all times been to create,” Chaffins shares. “I got here to Nashville for the prospect to work with one of the best of one of the best, so signing with Spirit Music Nashville/Fluid Music is really a dream come true. I’m so excited for this subsequent chapter of my profession and for the chance to work with one of the crucial proficient and skilled music publishing corporations within the enterprise.”