Adam Sanders is an up and coming artist who has already made his mark with his songwriting.
Growing up in Florida, Sanders would spend his summers in Nashville with his dad and uncle. His uncle was a professional session musician, so Sanders was naturally introduced into the world of country music. He knew he wanted to make that his career and ended up moving to Nashville shortly after high school graduation.
Sanders gained recognition in the country music community after writing songs for Luke Bryan, Scotty McCreery, Dierks Bentley, as well as Dustin Lynch’s “Hell of a Night” and Cole Swindell’s “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey.”
While he continues to write, he’s setting out to make a name for himself as an artist. The thing that really stands out with Sanders songs is the emotion he puts into them. He makes himself vulnerable, often times writing from the perspective of going through heartbreak. His voice is unique enough that once you hear him, you’ll recognize every one of his songs.
“Thunder” is his most streamed song on Spotify with over 15 million streams.
“Nothin’ to Do but Drink” is a fun up-tempo song about enjoying life with those you love the most and having a cold one.
“Burning Roses” is my favorite song from Sanders. Great beat, great vocals, and a unique song about heartbreak. It’s such a good country song.
We mentioned earlier that his claim to fame his songwriting, so we had to share his version of “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey.”