Charli Adams, a Nashville based singer/songwriter pairs her dreamy, haunting voice with raw and ruminative lyrics creating a distinct and recognizable sound. Her live shows transcend to a familiar, nostalgic experience while she bears her own intimate anecdotes with her audience. Originally from southern Alabama, Charli’s songwriting collides with her sweet, slow paced roots and the fresh, electric joy and pain that youth provides. Her music serves as a nod to the old and the new, drawing from the sounds of timeless classic rock artists by the likes of Tom Petty, Neil Young, and Elliott Smith, while diverging the moods of current indie power houses such as Ryan Adams, The 1975, and The Paper Kites. While performing in venues all over Nashville, she recently created her first buzz worthy album titled “Good At Being Young” (to be released soon), prefaced with four unique singles. A collection of thoughtful odes to the ebb and flow of a lust for life, Good at Being Young offers a call to action for listeners young and old to cascade into the depths of their own coming of age stories. Through her inmate ability to create musical experiences that invoke the raw, unedited emotion of the
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