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Adam Gregory goes digital

Friday, August 22, 2008 – Adam Gregory's debut U.S. single, "Crazy Days," will officially launch in digital format on Tuesday, Aug. 26, the same day he makes his first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry.

Gregory will perform on the Opry along with Chuck Wicks, Steve Wariner, Bill Anderson and Riders In The Sky at the Grand Ole Opry House.

Gregory's recently aligned with Big Machine Records after having signed to Midas Records. Gregory's schedule continues with a whirlwind trip back to his native Canada, where he will serve as a co-presenter at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards Sept. 8. He then returns to the road and his radio tour .

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