Screamin I Love You In The Rain Analysis

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ADAMSDAY isn't exactly a household name, but if you're a Southern Rock and Blues music fan, they're a band you just might want to get to know. The group's latest album, "Screamin I Love You in the Rain", which was released in France on Feb. 17, 2009, is a nice slice of bluesy Southern Allman Brothers meets Black Crowes that's all-new but at the same time has a very retro feel to it. If you're a fan of Al Green, bottleneck slide guitar, danceable Blues songs and/or classic Southern Gritty Rock and Roll, this is an album you'll want to check out. Two things are obvious about ADAMSDAY: the first is that the band isn't really focused on commercial success. If they did, they wouldn't only have their touring set on France and the Paris Northern France…show more content…
Years later he still pulls from some of those lyrics he wrote back when he had no idea how to write a song yet they are often more poetic. Adam soon signed a publishing deal with EMI Music Publishing in Nashville TN, signing with EMI was the end all be all. EMI was the label that had signed The Beatles. The money was great and so was the life. Which is where the band name ADAMSDAY comes from, nothing but sitting and being creative all day for a living, what could be better? Nothing, thats what. Around that time his girlfriend was in a coma from a car accident and he had to move on to Nashville durring that hard time it made for some intense songwriting. She passed away after being in a coma for 6 months, so he had time to prepare for it, if there is such a thing. Playing many a Songwriters Night in Nashville, hung out with many a great writer and singer, Whom many have gone on to become mega stars. To drop just one name, Tim McGraw. Adam also befriended some of nashville and Country Music most legendary names. Waylon Jennings, George Jones, David Allan Coe, Merle Haggard, John Anderson and Willie Nelson. having a powerful connection to those men helped alot. After having a long talk with

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