The marketing of youth acts that seemed to be rampant in the late ‘90s wasn’t solely limited to pop acts with country vocalist Adam Gregory releasing his debut at the age of fifteen. However, the Edmonton-born Gregory had been centered on a career in music for years, first attracting attention before he was even in his teens and signing to Sony when he was fourteen. His debut, The Way I’m Made, was issued in mid-2001 and received good notices and was a commercial success in his native Canada. The record notched four Top Ten singles there, which included “Horseshoes,” “Only Know I Do,” “No Vacancy,” and “Big Star” (all of which also proved to be equally as successful on country video outlets). Gregory also snagged two Juno Award nominations, four Canadian Country songs Awards, and spots on appearances with The Wilkinsons, Paul Brandt, and Lonestar. His follow-up, Workin’ On It, arrived a year later and included a duet with Billy Ray Cyrus, “When I Leave This House.”
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Country music artist Adam Gregory has confirmed that he will co-star in the upcoming film “WWJD” based on one of the best-selling Christian books of all-time.
Adam Gregory’s team announced that he is all set to help headline the upcoming film “WWJD”. Gregory’s co-stars include John Schneider (The Dukes of Hazzard tv show, Nip/Tuck, CSI, [...]