New Music: Adam Spreeman – Poster Child
Born for music. Like a pre-determined destiny, that’s Adam Spreeman. The uber-talented Adam is a singer/songwriter/musician of the highest sort. It’s his existence, his purpose.
Originally from a beautiful small town called Tecumseh, Michigan, Adam and his family moved quite a bit, finally settling in Pennington, Michigan, where he was homeschooled and developed his love of music. He began playing music at the age of 2 and hasn’t stopped for a second since then. His first instrument was the drums, followed by the guitar at age 12. Then he spread his wings with his passion for songwriting. A pk (preacher’s kid), Adam was nurtured in a positive musical home, which influenced him to pursue his dreams of becoming a true American artist and creating true American art. Wholesome and personable, with movie star good looks, Adam has been in several bands throughout his young life and is a standout solo performer as well. His musical inspiration comes from several different genres, from Elvis to The Beatles, from Dave Matthews to John Meyer, from Drake to Eminem and from Justin Bieber to Ellie Goulding.
Says Adam – “There isn’t a right or wrong to music, just a preference, but if what you’re hearing was birthed from a true emotion, no matter the style, your heart should feel the tug, ’cause music is all about evoking one’s sense of well being!” Adam’s music makes an immediate impression on the listener, smoothly drawing them into his groove. His versatility makes him a master craftsman with varied types of sounds; he’s been a vocalist backing up a rapper, croons ballads, gets the party started and much, much more. His sound has reached the Billboard charts with the infectious song “Bad Habit,” and his musical creations portend to reach much farther.
A listen to his vocals on the bouncy, pop-perfect song “Poster Child” lets you know that Adam is an entertainer from the heart, ready for the spotlight. Adam has lots of songs that will grab legions of fans, including the future classics “Dream Kid,” “Friend Zone” and “Mr. Perfect.” So, move over Bieber, Timberlake, Bruno Mars… here comes Adam Spreeman!