with Brecken Miles
Thursday, September 21 at 8:30 p.m.
Justin Adams’ high-energy performances of country-meets-rock'n'roll songs showcase his talents as a true entertainer. Destined to be on stage, Justin is right at home performing his live show for audiences across the country. After graduating from the University of Northern Iowa, where he received a full ride football scholarship and holds the school record for most consecutive games played (54), the Bixby, Oklahoma native made the move to Nashville. Before he knew it, his hard work and persistence paid off in writing appointments with some of Nashville’s top writers and a calendar full of tour dates.
Having performed numerous shows, Justin has had the opportunity to open for national touring acts like Craig Morgan, Love and Theft, Eli Young Band, Easton Corbin, Craig Campbell, Eric Paslay, and Charlie Worsham. In addition to touring nationally Justin donates much time performing for various charity events in Nashville and around the country.
Growing up in the sticks of Colgate, Wisconsin, music was bred into Brecken Miles' genes. His father, a lifelong musician, wanted at least one of his three children to pick up the guitar and play. After listening to his dad play songs of the Eagles, James Taylor and more, it wasn’t long before Brecken was inspired to pick up the ol' six-string at just 10 years of age.
Eager to play he'd come home from school every day and play the same song for hours. Brecken recalls plenty of nights falling asleep with a guitar in hand, bloody fingers, broken strings and all. He was turned onto country music after attending his first Kenny Chesney concert and has been hooked ever since. For the past five years he has been the front man of the Milwaukee-based band, Bella Cain, playing over 200 shows a year in front of some of the biggest crowds and opening for some of the most notable names in country music. Brecken is excited that it's his turn to bring his music to country radio and is thrilled to release "The Anchor," co-written with one of Nashville's finest songwriters, Rick Tiger.