Thursday, August 11, 2011

Country Artist Adam Gregory to Perform at CRS-40 New Faces Cocktail Reception

Country Artist Adam Gregory to Perform at CRS-40 New Faces Cocktail Reception

Country Artist Adam Gregory to Perform at CRS-40 New Faces Cocktail Reception

Named Clear Channel's Featured Artist for March

Rising country artist Adam Gregory will perform at this year's New Faces of Country Music Cocktail Reception at CRS-40 on Friday, March 6 at 5:30 p.m.

The 45-minute event, sponsored by Big Machine/NSA/Midas Records, will take place outside the CMA Performance Hall in the Convention Center, immediately prior to the New Faces of Country MusicĂ‚® Dinner and Show at 6:30 p.m.

"Last year was Adam's first CRS experience," says Gregory's manager Lawrence Mathis.  "At that time, we were promoting his debut U.S. single, 'Crazy Days,' and this year we're here promoting 'What It Takes.'  In the last twelve months, we've been out on the road pretty much non-stop, and we've made a ton of new friends at country radio who have helped push both of those singles into the Top 40.  'What It Takes' continues to climb the charts, and we're excited about seeing some of those familiar faces, saying thanks and performing at CRS-40."

Gregory has been chosen as Clear Channel's Online Featured Artist of the Month for March and was previously named one of their Online Artists to Watch this past fall.  Clear Channel's featured artist programs run on more than 400 Clear Channel sites nationwide.

Currently, Gregory is out on the road through the end of March on his "What It Takes 2009" tour, playing club shows and making special appearances at events in conjunction with Nashville-based charity organization Soles4Souls (

CRS-40 will be held March 4-6, 2009 at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn.  Complete seminar information and agenda may be obtained by contacting CRB, Inc. at 615.327.4487 or by visiting  The regular rate of $699 has been extended through the opening of CRS-40.

About Adam Gregory:
Twenty-three-year-old Big Machine/NSA/Midas recording artist Adam Gregory is a native of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. After signing his first record deal with Sony Music Canada at age 13, he scored several Top Ten hits and Gold records in his native country before permanently relocating to Nashville in 2007.  The rising star sped up the U.S. charts in the summer of 2008, breaking into the Top 30 with his first stateside single, "Crazy Days."  Gregory released his follow-up single, "What It Takes," in November.  Visit for more information.

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