Adam Hambrick
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Adam Hambrick

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2003 | SELF

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2003
Solo Country Pop




""...'Wheels or Wings' is one of those rarities you will enjoy immediately""

Sometimes it takes a few listens before you can really start liking an album, but Adam Hambrick's Wheels or Wings is one of those rarities that you will enjoy immediately.

Hambrick, a country songwriter with Sony/ATV and RED Creative group, has spent the past two years living in Nashville and writing every day for other artists (including the Justin Moore/Miranda Lambert duet “Old Habits”). On September 30th, he will release his debut, Wheels or Wings, a six song EP. The project, produced by Jeremy Stover (Justin Moore, Drake White, Jack Ingram) and Andrew DeRoberts, showcases his songwriting and demonstrates that he is more than ready to be an artist in his own right.

The tracks on Wheels or Wings, highlighted by Hambrick's strong songwriting, are largely about love and relationships, those starting out and those ending. Hambrick's highly relatable story songs paint clear, detailed pictures whether the song is about lost love ("Til Lonely Runs Out" and "Table For One") or new beginnings ("Places"). The banjo infused "My Home," in which he compares the love of a woman to a hometown, is a radio ready sure thing.

Throughout the EP, Hambrick melds modern with traditional touches into his own unique style while singing in a clear, familiar voice. Mark September 30th down on the calendar and be sure to pick up Wheels or Wings. -

""...Modern and innovative...""

Nashville is known as “Music City,” but the fact is that it’s a town built by songwriter’s. Adam Hambrick is one of today’s young writers. The Sony/ATV signed songwriter has found recent success with his “Old Habits” was cut by Justin Moore as a duet with Miranda Lambert. However, with his 6-song EP Wheels or Wings, he takes the first step towards making the leap from behind the scenes songwriter to artist. “How Many Miles” opens things with a catchiness that instantly grabs you and pulls you into his modern branded country style. He uses great lines to describe being on the verge of losing a relationship by asking questions; is it a tank of gas, short flight, red eye, etc… leading to a hook of how many miles ‘til you’re not mine anymore. “Table For One” continues to showcase Hambrick’s outstanding songwriting as he takes you into the hurt of lost love with vivid imagery seen through the window from a table at their favorite restaurant using lines like “the city comes alive, people walk by” and “streetlights light up the darkness” all designed to answer why this moment hurts the most; because he knows she’s downtown flashing her smile, turning everyone’s heads, etc... While most of the focus of this EP stays on losing love, “Places” presents just the opposite with its feel good love lyric and a vibe that gets you swaying along with it as he sings, “Won’t stop ‘til I reach every corner of your heart.” Hambrick stays modern and innovative with this EP, the songs are catchy regardless of the tempo, and his great lyrics that allows you to see the song with your eyes as you listen to it. While the truth is that making the leap from songwriter to artist is no easy task, with these 6-songs as his arsenal Hambrick is a can’t miss bet to be one that can do it. -

""Blue-Eyed Acoustic Soul...""

..."Fighting from the Ground," an album born out of, as he says, a frustration that eventually led to a reinvention of his sound. And the sound? It's anything but frustrated. The 10 tracks are airy, optimistic pieces of Southern-tinged, blue-eyed acoustic soul. And "God Save Johnny Ballgame" could just be the season's best song title. - Arkansas Times

""Sparkling Acoustic Rock""

"...'Fighting From the Ground' is a 10-track collection of golden, pop-flavored acoustic rock 'n' roll gems, filled with hook-y melodies and sing-along, soaring choruses."

Shea Stewart - Sync Weekly - Sync Weekly

"A Genuine Voice"

"In a market thats
flooded with this Pop, emo, "screamo" cookie cutter crap, its
refreshing to hear a voice that offers some genuine feeling."

Dian Williams
Independent Artist Registry - Independent Artist Registry


"Wheels or Wings" EP (2014)  - Produced by Jeremy Stover and Andrew DeRoberts, Recorded at Oceanway Studios in Nashville, TN

"Fighting From the Ground" (2010) - Produced by Darian Stribling and Nathan Miller, Recorded at Blue Chair Studios in Cabot, AR


In addition, Adam has written songs recorded by Justin Moore, Miranda Lambert, Kris Allen, Jackie Lee, Chad Brownlee, Elise Davis and various other independent artists.



Adam Hambrick has been singing for longer than he can remember. For this preacher’s son, every lazy Corinth, Mississippi Sunday was filled with old hymns and southern gospel tunes gathered around a dusty upright piano with his family. Then at 12 years old when Adam’s granddad gave him a 1962 Gibson B-25, there was never a question what he wanted to do with his life.

During his college years in Arkansas, Adam cut his teeth playing everything from clubs and frat parties to Little Rock area churches. He spent those years growing his talents as a vocalist, musician and songwriter, culminating in the independent release of his first project “Fighting From the Ground” in 2010.

In May of 2011, Adam received an introduction email from EMI songwriter/producer Jeremy Stover. Stover had heard“Fighting From the Ground” through country music star/fellow Arkansan Justin Moore and was looking for a young writer to work with and develop. This opened a series of doors that led Adam to a publishing deal with RED Creative Group and Sony/ATV, a duet cut on Justin Moore’s latest album with Miranda Lambert (“Old Habits”), and a move to Nashville to turn his full focus toward his music. That focus is lending itself to a bright future as a songwriter and artist.

Adam’s newest project “Wheels or Wings,” (produced by Jeremy Stover and Andrew DeRoberts) is an exciting blend of pop and traditional country elements around songs that are both catchy and well-crafted. “Wheels or Wings” is available now on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and other digital retailers.

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