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Most people give up their dreams of being a professional singer and leave their #1 hits behind the shower curtain. Maybe I just missed that part. The only thing in this world that's better than writing a new song is being able to take that song on stage and let people hear it. Especially when you know its special to someone else for a different reason.

The spectrum for my influences is pretty vast. Even stretching into several different genres. Ask anyone that knows me, I'm a walking dictionary for music. My roots, however, are deep in older country music. From the 50's to the 90's. My sound falls somewhere between Waylon Jennings and Chris Ledoux with a small touch of modern in there. The part that really drives it home is the under lying truth in every song, every verse, and every word.

Best I can remember, the first time I ever picked up a guitar was back in 2007. I had a huge crush on a woman and I knew she would just fall in love with me if I could learn to play at least one romantic song and sing it to her. A few months after picking it up I had finally figured it out enough to play a song for her. (Jason Aldean- Don't give up on me).

The first time I ever preformed for a crowd was at FFA Camp. I played in a talent contest infront of about 200 people. About halfway through my nerves set in and I forgot the words to the song. Luckily, one of my friends in the audience had the chords and lyrics on a sheet and she was able to slide it over so I could see it. I've known since that performance, this is what I want to do with my life. So here we are. Be sure to check out my music if you haven't.

Adam Kellum Hat Pins
The Badlands in South Dakota
Recording some Country Music
G chord
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