You Can Help Country Music Recording Artist Adam Gregory Make His 6th Studio Album!

Adam Gregory receiving Slaight Humanitarian Award at 2013 CCMA AwardsI have worked with Country music recording artist Adam Gregory for about a year and a half and not only is he one of the nicest guys I’ve ever had the pleasure to get to know, but he has the most devoted, loyal fans of all of the musicians I’ve ever worked with as a social media manager!

I’m not by nature, a country music fan, I’m a rock/alternative rock girl, but I decided that I had to give Adam’s music a good listen because I wanted to know why his fans are so supportive of him. Well, I can tell you this, it’s because he has a fantastic voice, is born to sing, and he writes some excellent songs! Plus, there’s that super nice guy factor too! In fact, he won the prestigious Slaight Humanitarian Award at this year’s Canadian Country Music Awards (CCMAS) for his tireless work with Adam Helps The House for Ronald McDonald House.

When Adam told me that he was going to launch a Kickstarter campaign to help fund his 6th studio album, I couldn’t wait to help him promote it because I believe in this young man’s talent and vision, 100%! I want him to succeed in this endeavor with every fiber of my being because this is the type of person who deserves to be supported, so I was the first person to back him when he pressed that green LAUNCH button!

Adam’s Kickstarter campaign is now live and you can check it out at to find out what kinds of very cool incentives he has to offer you in thanks for your pledges. If there was ever a musician to be proud to support in a crowdfunding campaign, Adam Gregory is it!

Here, I’ll let him speak for himself. Watch this:


If you can’t make a pledge to Adam’s campaign, please consider helping him spread the word about his Kickstarter campaign by posting about it on your Facebook page or personal profile, Twitter, Google +, or even your own blog. Pay it Forward and be proud you did!

You can find Adam Gregory online at:

Canadian Fiddler Kelli Trottier To Perform In The Music For A Change Concert Series

Kelli Trottier ~ photo by Charles Ede


WEST HARTFORD, Conn. ― Hailed by many as the “Canadian Alison Krauss,” Kelli Trottier will perform in the MUSIC for a CHANGE benefit concert series on Friday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. in Wilde Auditorium, which is located in the Harry Jack Gray Center at the University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Ave. West Hartford. Kenny White will open the show. Tickets are $19.

Born and raised in Ontario, a hotbed of musical tradition, Kelli Trottier developed her passion for singing, songwriting, dancing and performing. Her talents have carried her to stages across North America, Europe, the Middle East and the far north, making fans in every venue with her distinct voice and beautiful fiddle playing. And not only is she an accomplished singer, she has been nominated three times for Fiddle Player of the Year by the Canadian Country Music Association and is featured instrumentally and vocally on many studio recordings for other artists.

Kelli’s musical odyssey of dance, fiddle and song began early in life as she studied and mastered the unique and fluid style of step-dance that evolved with the loggers and woodsmen of the historic Ottawa River watershed. The fiddle was a natural extension of the dance; you just can’t have one without the other. And who better to learn from than the senior masters of Celtic and Scottish traditional music. Kelli learned well from these sources and then embraced the exuberant rhythmic fiddle and step dance styles of the French Canadian pioneers.

Opener Kenny White is a fixture in the NY studio scene, writing and producing literally hundreds of commercials for TV and radio as well as working on soundtracks for many Hollywood films. In this capacity, he worked with artists like Gladys Knight, Linda Ronstadt and Dwight Yoakam just to name a few. He now tours singing his own music, creating soulful and memorable performances.

The University of Hartford launched the MUSIC for a CHANGE series in the spring of 2000, with the goal of using music as means of helping the Hartford community. To date, more than $150,000 has been raised for a number of Greater Hartford nonprofit organizations. The proceeds from this particular show will go to the Hartford Food System, one of the nation’s oldest organizations dedicated to fighting hunger and improving nutrition on the grassroots level.

For tickets, call the University box office at 860-768-4228 or 800-274-8587, or purchase them on line at

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