Country Music #CMchat is happy to welcome Adam Sanders for a Twitterview on Monday August 17 at 6pPT/9pET. It’s very easy to join the conversation. Just follow @AdamSandersLive & @JessicaNorthey to catch our tweets and use #CMchat in your tweets to jump in.
You can submit questions that you might want me to feature below. This doesn’t mean you still can’t ask questions the night of the Twitterview. These are just featured by me, and I give you credit like this:
Q @AdamSandersLive What do you love most about Country Music? via @YOU #CMchat.
Click here to tweet me your questions or [email protected]#CMchat #AskAdam or you can always send anything you want me to ask here or you can leave below. Make sure it is 140 character-friendly and that you leave me your Twitter handle.
The easiest way to participate is right here on our website! Just use this link to help segregate the tweets and show the ones with #CMchat in them: it makes the Twitterview much easier to follow. You’ll be able to see the conversation in real-time, at your own speed (it’s adjustable) and the #CMchat hashtag will automatically appear on your tweets. A lot of people also participate by using Twitter.com, Tweetdeck, &/or Hootsuite.
From a north Florida town of Lake City, Adam spent much of his youth with music – while spending summers with his dad in Nashville, Adam found himself in and out of studios on Music Row with his uncle and professional session musician, Scotty Sanders. In 2007, Adam made the move to Nashville. Working construction on the side to pay the bills, Adam’s songwriting opened to co-writing, and building core relationships in the business. Adam soon landed a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music and has had songs recorded by artists such as Luke Bryan (“Out Like That”), Dierks Bentley (“Sounds of Summer”), Dustin Lynch (“Hell of a Night”) and Scotty McCreery. He scored his first #1 single as a songwriter in March, 2015, when Cole Swindell’s single “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” (which Adam co-wrote with Cole) hit the top of the chart.
Adam Sanders’ debut single, “Nothin’ To Do But Drink,” was released in 2014 and was a Highway Finds track on SiriusXM. And, at the end of 2014, Spotify chose Adam as of Country’s “2015 One’s To Watch.”
Adam recently went into the studio with producer Mickey Jack Cones (Dustin Lynch, Joe Nichols, Trace Adkins) to work on new recordings including his second single “Somewhere That You Don’t Go” – which SiriusXM immediately added as a Highway Finds track.
Author: Jessica Northey
Everyone asks “what exactly do you do Jessica?” What some of my family members say, “she tweets for a living” is my favorite, but really the title that puts food on the table is “Social Media Influencer,” the definition sounds simple, someone who influences others through social media, but I consider myself a Citizen Journalist broadcasting and entertaining with news, thoughts, opinions, delivering information in my own unique way. Famous for my ‘sass wit and straight from the hip’ style I’ve always been called a “Social Media Pioneer” in the music industry. I’m also an On-Air/Online Broadcasting Host and Personality, Digital Media Strategist, Country and Music Blogger/Journalist as well as a Nationally recognized Speaker and Founder of Country Music Chat, News and Views Entertainment Website CMChatLIVE.com. My favorite accomplishment is starting the largest Country Music Hashtag community in the world Country Music’s #CMChat.
It all started with a hunch…back in the early 2000’s I would dial up the internet via AOL and join chat rooms whilst watching my favorite programs on TV. Loved watching Reality Shows with my Mom in Tucson, and blowing her mind with how I always knew who was going home on the Bachelor or Big Brother. Don’t think she ever caught on that I was talking to people via computer on the East Coast, where it had already aired. (We didn’t have the uber-spoiler Twitter or Facebook to ruin results and awards shows for us yet.)
I’ve been taking over the internet, one tweet at a time and have accumulated over 3 Million followers/friends/fans across all my Social Media networks. Over the years I’ve been consistently ranked as an influential online personality and even named as a Forbes Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer. I was the first person Merle Haggard followed when he got on Twitter and spent the day with Garth Brooks at Twitter and Facebook when joined the social media world.