“He sings splendidly. The throaty warmth in his delivery really sells this nostalgic look back at a rural youth. Heartily and unconditionally recommended. Spin this a-plenty.”
—Robert K. Oermann, MusicRow
Reared in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Adam Fisher was first exposed to music via his gospel singing parents. Now a Nashville resident, the 23-year-old singer-songwriter’s sound reflects back to the country outlaw heyday of Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard. His single “Cotton Town” is being released to radio by Lofton Creek Records and recently was given a DisCovery Award by renowned music critic Robert K. Oermann.
While performing in Memphis a few years ago, Fisher was approached by singer/songwriter Stella Parton and jumped at the opportunity to travel to Nashville for his first album. “I never thought I wanted to be a writer,” says Fisher. “But after moving here and working with Stella, I’ve realized how important it is to me as an artist and how much I enjoy writing.”
After finding and writing songs for his first CD at the age of 21, Fisher has come a long way from the small town bars of North Carolina to the bright lights of Music City. Today Adam continues to write and connect with the city’s successful songwriters for his upcoming Lofton Creek debut.
“With no risk, there is no reward,” adds Fisher. “I love playing music and there is no way I could do anything else. When this ride is said and done, I don’t want to be remembered as a singer, but as a good man. I want my music to last beyond the performance and continue to have an impact after I’m gone.”