The Adelaides Release Debut Single ‘Leave’

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UK trio The Adelaides have released their debut single ‘Leave’.

‘Leave’ was written by Grammy Award winning Nashville song-writer, Marcus Hummon (Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw, Dixie Chicks), who first met the band when they shared a stage with his son, Levi, at their first ever gig as a three during Country Music Week 2017. Both Marcus and Levi were blown away with the girl’s talents, and he immediately told them about a great song of his that would show of their harmonies, and how he’d love for them to record it!

The band are no strangers to the live circuit, having played the C2C Festival for the past two years’ running, supported the likes of Catherine McGrath, Ashley Campbell and Key West, as well as being invited back to tour a second time with “Nashville” TV Show’s favourite, Charles Esten, which includes a night at the legendary Royal Albert Hall in London. The girls played at a whole host of festivals in the UK last Summer, including Cornbury, Black Deer & BST’s Hyde Park supporting Michael Buble, however one of the most memorable appearances was being hand-picked for Bob Harris’ BBC Introducing stage at The Long Road last Autumn.  

The Adelaides head out to Nashville to play the illustrious CMA Fest, early June to perform on Broadway – one of just a handful of UK artists invited to perform.

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