First Chance To Hear Dave Adkin's New Solo CD In It's Entirety Tonight!

PRESCRIPTION BLUEGRASS IMAGE  -  DAVE ADKINSThe much anticipated release of Dave Adkin's first solo project entitled, "NOTHING TO LOSE" ends today with the CD release on Mountain Fever Records.

Fans eager to hear it need to wait just a wee-bit longer until tonight at 8pm, Eastern Daylight Time when Broadcaster of the Year Nominee, Judith Burnette will feature a "TRACK-BY-TRACK" presentation of the entire album.

"Dave will be in studio with me tonight to celebrate the release of Nothing to Lose, said Ms. Burnette, You can listen to this fabulous album over the air from our 100,000 watt station at 98.1 or online www.classiccountry98.com also with the Tune In Radio App."

Take a one of a kind voice, a commanding stage presence, and a killer songwriter who can conjur up the long lonesome feeling of bluegrass music with a stealth and hearty vocal like no other and you're quick to understand that Dave Akins is a rarity. 

He showcases these qualities and more with power on his new solo release Nothing to Lose, out TODAY on Mountain Fever and produced by both Adkins and ADKINS/LOUDERMILK partner Edgar Loudermilk.

Adkins voice is deeply soulful and ladened with multiple textures that present him as a standout among today's bluegrass vocalists.  With a healthy amount of buzz amidst music fans as a result of his exciting live performances and powerhouse vocal chops, Adkins is quickly making a solo name for himself.  Mostly recently with a nomination for SPBGMA Male Vocalist of the Year.

After years in groups and supporting or fronting others, Adkins is very proud of the results with Nothing to Lose.  "Nothing to Lose is my first solo project and I couldn't be happier for it to include three songs I wrote and one that was co-written with Edgar Loudermilk," he says. 

Adkins is already out on tour with Adkins & Loudermilk, supporting their individual solo efforts on Mountain Fever, and they will begin production of their first duo CD in the near future. 

Adkins hit the road this week for a full docket of live in-studio radio interviews to support his solo release, including sitting with Judith Burnette's Blue Ridge Backroads on Blue Ridge Country Radio 98.1 at 8 p.m. Eastern tonight, March 11th, to listen to the entire record. 

Other stations this week include:

Monday March 10th:

Wednesday March 12th

Tuesday March 18th

  • WDHR 93.1 - Pikeville, KY
  • WXCC 96.5 - Williamson, WV
  • WPKE 103.1 - Pikeville, KY
  • WZLK 107.5 - Virgie, KY
  • Buddy Michaels Show (multiple channels)  Hometown Festival Show
  • WBAG 1150 am - Burlington, NC
  • WKRX 96.7 - , NC
  • LHC/WLQC  - Sanford, NC Life 1031
  • Patriotic Radio Network with Duane Hess 8PM

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