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NASHVILLE, Tennessee, July 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Too much anticipation, Wade Sapp released his debut album, radio check, into the world today. This record has been in the works for over a decade, from writing to recording to its release. This album introduces Wade to the world as the classic, neo-traditional country artist that he is; an artist who prioritizes raw songwriting. With significant support from SiriusXM Outlaw Country and an extensive touring history with artists such as Colter Wall, Elizabeth Cook, Ian Noe and more, Wade has played his songs to thousands of people without any music being released on streaming platforms. His latest single “The Boys We Were” featuring Colter Wall has surpassed 150,000 streams since its release just two weeks ago, showing that early energy fans have discovered Wade Sapp’s music. electricity radio check here: https://lnk.to/WSRadioCheck
“I played my very first show in the summer of 2010 at a lakeside bar in Acworth, Georgia and I played cover songs for an hour. Shortly thereafter, I found out the names from the track list of my favorite country records were the actual authors of the songs I loved. I felt like I had been lied to my entire life. From that moment on, I promised myself that if I ever put out a record, my songs would be on it,” Wade begins.
“I don’t come from a musical family or background, so I had a tough fight coming up. Well ‘Beer Drinkin’ Blues’ is obviously a cover song and I co-wrote ‘Bleeding Blue’ but the rest of the songs on Radio Check are my songs. I lived them and I wrote them myself. I’ve tried to incorporate all of my influences and the sounds that make up my work into this album to make it sound like you’re fainted by the radio stations on a road trip. Sometimes it’s country to the bone, sometimes it rocks, and sometimes it’s folky and sentimental. There is noise throughout the record to indicate that you are in…