Adam Sanders was raised in Lake City Florida as a musical child, his mother says that he was singing before he was talking. His uncle, Scotty Sanders, a professional steel guitar player and one of his biggest supporters, has encouraged Adam from a young age to pursue his passion for music. In 2009 he took off to Nashville to see if he had what it takes to make it in the country music world. After just a few years he began to establish himself as one of the best up and coming songwriters in town. Penning the #1 hits, Ain’t worth the whiskey, for Cole Swindell, and Dustin Lynch’s Hell of a Night. While there he surrounded himself with the brightest stars in Nashville, Florida Georgia Line, befriending both guys as they encourage him to continue his success. You can hear his songs, Thunder, and I’ve been Meaning to call, below.