Adam Crossley is a Nashville-based Singer-Songwriter. Raised in South Jersey, he began playing music and penning his first songs at an early age. The son of a psycologist mother and professional jazz musician father, Adam found his own unique way to express himself through music. "There was always music in the house. I would fall asleep on the floor in the middle of my dad's full-band rehearsals," Adam reminisces. It wasn't until his family relocated to Cottontown Tennesse, that Adam began pursuing music as a career and truly honing in on his craft.
After a few years of writing songs and playing live shows around Nashville, Adam got his first taste of the music business when his then band received recognition from a Canadian Film and Television company. In 2005, Adam moved to Toronto and began writing for TV, Film and other artists. There he landed a cut on Josh Groban's "Awake" album. His song "So She Dances" was a stand out on the record—a performance choice by Groban on Dancing with the Stars and The Oprah Winfrey Show, and used in an episode of The Simpson's. In 2010 Adam released his first solo record Anvil of a Heart. His single "Beautiful World" went to #4 on the AC Billboard charts in both the US and Canada.
Adam currently resides in Nashville and is finishing his sophomore album, writing for other artists, and planning a tour.