Adam Crossley
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"Anvil Of A Heart" (Full-length solo) (Spring 2008)
"Adam Crossley EP" (3-song EP) (October 2007)
"Broadcast" (Full-length with band "9 Point Landing") (2002)

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Meet Adam Crossley, an acclaimed singer, songwriter and producer. With comparisons to Coldplay, Sting and Ryan Adams, Crossley’s melodic voice and thoughtful lyrics are gaining recognition and anticipation is building for the release of his first solo record. Crossley was inspired by music very early in life and he began playing the piano and writing songs at the age of seven. Adam first came onto the music scene as the lead vocalist with the Nashville-based pop/rock band, 9 Point Landing whose performance credits include opening gigs for such artists as John Mayer, Sponge, Joe Cocker, Steve Winwood and Blues Traveler. Crossley turned heads with his impressive song writing skills and captivating vocals. The band’s profile increased when their song “Train Goes” was selected as the feature theme song for the prime time Canadian series, “Train 48”. Crossley’s passion for song writing only grew stronger as he continued to cultivate his talent. In 2005, he began collaborating with producer Asher Lenz, a well accomplished Canadian music, TV and film composer, whose credits include co-writing Andrea Bocelli’s song “Go Where Love Goes”. The prolific duo began developing new songs and was enlisted to work with acclaimed recording artist, Josh Groban. Their song, “So She Dances” is featured on Groban’s latest record “Awake” and it was also this song that Groban performed on The Oprah Winfrey Show in November 2006. Additionally, Crossley’s song “Prisoner” attracted the attention of producers at NBC’s Law & Order, who featured the track in the opening teaser of a November 2006 episode of Law & Order. The song is also featured on Crossley’s first solo album, “Anvil of a Heart” set to be released in Spring 2008. The album celebrates the tradition of classic singer/songwriters from decades past and is reflective of a musician that is soulful and engaging. Reminiscent of artists such as Norah Jones and Nick Drake, Adam Crossley’s new album has an enduring sound that is laid-back and slow burning.