Dave Adkins Continues to Dominate Charts with Nothing To Lose

Photo by Judith Burnette

Dave Adkins continues to dominate the bluegrass charts with his Mountain Fever Records’ album Nothing To Lose. The title track reached the coveted #1 spot this month on Sirius XM Radio Bluegrass Junction Most Played Tracks with the album at #4 on their Most Played Albums chart. The song is also #8 on the Bluegrass Today Top 20 Monthly Song Chart for October.

Adkins’ tremendous vocals certainly shine during his live performances and on this popular album that radio continues to spin. Nothing To Lose is #12 on the October Bluegrass Unlimited Top 15 Album Chart and hit #1 again last week on the Roots Music Report (RMR) Top 50 Bluegrass Album Chart.

His original tune and first single release, “Pike County Jail,” is #6 on the Bluegrass Unlimited Top 30 Song Chart for October. The song also spent most of this year on the Bluegrass Today (BT) Top 20 Weekly Chart reaching #1 three times and spending 15 weeks in the Top 10.

“Tennessee Twister,” “Nothing To Lose,” and “Pike County Jail” all appear on this week’s Root Music Report Top 50 Bluegrass Song Chart. “Don’t Pray That Way” made its debut earlier this year at #9 on the Singing News Magazine chart.

Nothing To Lose is available sale on iTunes, Amazon, Mountain Fever Records, and also GooglePlay where it appears in the Top 200 Bluegrass Albums.

Dave Adkins & Edgar Loudermilk, touring as Adkins & Loudermilk, are receiving well deserved attention for their high energy stage shows. They performed numerous times during the recent International Bluegrass Music Association’s World of Bluegrass including their well-received show on the City Plaza Stage in downtown Raleigh. They continue their tour this weekend performing Friday and Saturday at the Mossy Oak Music Park in Guyton, GA before heading to the South Carolina State Fair on Sunday, October 19th.

Fans can view more tour dates for the remaining year, plus the newly announced shows for 2015 at AdkinsLoudermilk.com and follow them on Twitter and Facebook.
Adkins & Loudermilk are sponsored by D’Addario, Peterson Strobe Tuners, Blue Chip Picks, Cedar Creek Custom Cases, Cotten Guitars, and Kentucky Sweet BBQ Sauce.