“Different Places” features new Gregory single, “High On You”
(Nashville, Tenn. – Feb 1, 2012) Country artist Adam Gregory is set to release his new single and six-song album, Different Places, in the U.S. and Canada on Feb. 28.
The first single, “High On You,” ships to Country radio the same day Different Places is released on Feb. 28. Gregory co-wrote four of the six songs on the album, including the “High On You” single. Chart-topping songwriters Victoria Shaw, Frank Myers, James Dean Hicks, Steve Bogard and Clay Mills also contribute co-writes on the project. Gregory, a native of Edmonton, Alberta, and a Nashville resident since 2006, had been writing and recording new material for Different Places over the last 12 months.
“I’m really excited for my new music to finally come out and give people a taste of what I’ve been working on for the last year or so,” says Gregory. “I had considerable input in terms of the songwriting and song selection for this project, and I think the writing is a little more mature, a little more personal than my last project.”
Internationally acclaimed producer Mark Moffatt produced Different Places at Funhouse Studios and Big Dog Studios in Nashville.
“Adam is a great young artist who defies the trends and lives one hundred percent for his music, a quality that comes across very strongly on this record,” says Moffatt. “His voice is unique and instantly recognizable, and his ability to convey pure emotion in his music draws the listener in from the very first word of every song. Working with him on this project has been a distinct pleasure.”
A Gold-selling recording artist in Canada, Gregory first made a name for himself in the U.S. with his 2008 Top 40 debut single, “Crazy Days.” He released a follow-up single, “What It Takes,” through Big Machine Records and subsequently went on to star in the motion picture, “WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?)” in 2009. The film was released in 2010.
Different Places is a joint release through Calusa Entertainment/GMV Nashville. It will be available at GMVNashville.com, iTunes, Amazon.com and all major online digital retailers on Feb. 28.