Tenino native-son Adam Craig
– About Adam Craig
“In July 2014, Adam was signed to Stoney Creek Records as a recording Artist! His debut EP, Reckon was released in the summer of 2016. Adam is also a songwriter at Sony ATV/Tree penning songs for some of Nashville’s most famous artists including:
Jason Aldean: “Church Pew or Barstool” and “Fastlanes”
Parmalee: “Close Your Eyes”
Dustin Lynch: “The World to Me”
Montgomery Gentry: “Folks Like Us”
Love and Theft: “Whiskey on my Breath”
Adam’s heart is always in Tenino, and would like to support his hometown wherever there is a need. The Adam Craig Foundation is a Non-profit Organization created to raise money for other non-profit organizations, groups and leagues investing in the youth of Tenino thereby making it a great place to live, work, and play.
The Four Square Mile Music Festival is an annual event held in July and presented by the Adam Craig Foundation.
2016 was the best year yet and is evident in how much we were able to give back to the community,” quoting Brown Paper Tickets.
– About the Adam Craig Foundation
– Adam Craig 2017 performs at the Four Square Mile Music Festival
Tenino July 28-29, Tenino City Park.
Click here for tickets.
– “Country singer Adam Craig gives Tenino a shout-out after Grand Ole Opry debut”
“Adam Craig gave a shoutout to his hometown when he achieved one of his dreams and made his debut at the icon Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
He said he has dreamed of what he would say on the Opry’s stage. He wanted to find one word that was never said at the Opry, and that came back to his small city.
“‘I figured Tenino was a pretty safe word that has never been said on the Opry.'”
“Craig is still passionate about his hometown and gives back through the nonprofit Adam Craig Foundation,” quoting The Chronicle (Centralia), in The Olympian.