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Canadian singer Adam Gregory releases single in U.S.

Friday, April 4, 2008 – Adam Gregory has enjoyed success in his native Canada, but now the singer is trying to do the same south of the border. He is releasing a single later this month on Midas Records with a full length projected for later this summer.

"Crazy Days," which Gregory wrote with Lee Brice, Kyle Jacobs and Joe Leathers, drops April 14. The song was co-produced by: Keith Follese and Brad Allen.

Midas also has Canadian band Emerson Drive on the label.

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