MusicRowPics: Kayla Adams Showcases Debut Single ‘Sober & Sorry’

Kayla Adams visit

Kayla Adams visit

Kayla Adams, newly signed to SSM Label Group, visited MusicRow‘s office recently to perform songs from her upcoming project. Adams made the move to Nashville nine months ago, and has attended both Nashville’s Belmont University and Los Angeles’ Musicians Institute College of Contemporary Music in pursuit of a music career.

She performed her current single, “Sober & Sorry,” which is garnering spins at MusicRow reporting radio stations and is soon to be charting. She says she was inspired to pen the song after a failed past relationship. “Sober & Sorry” was penned with songwriters Billy Atherholt and Pete Nanney.

Though the song suggests some well-crafted revenge with lines like Kerosene in my truck, been waiting all year to burn somethin’ up/ I’m tired of waiting by the phone, gonna have a little party of my own/You’ll wake up sober and sorry, Adams insists no houses were burned down. “I wanted to, but I just walked away instead.” She recently filmed the video in her homestate of Montana.

Adams also performed “Burn A Little Colder,” and “Cliche Country Nights,” which she also co-wrote with Nanney and Atherholt.

Adams has been visiting radio stations across the country to promote “Sober & Sorry,” and is set to release her debut SSM Label Group project later this year.

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Jessica Nicholson serves as the Managing Editor for MusicRow magazine. Her previous music journalism experience includes work with Country Weekly magazine and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) magazine. She holds a BBA degree in Music Business and Marketing from Belmont University. She welcomes your feedback at jnicholson@musicrow.com.

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