Wade Sapp has come a long way from the swampy cow town of Okeechobee, FL. His younger days were spent riding around in his grandpa’s pickup truck while listening to classic country music and learning how to set trotlines and avoid water moccasins and alligators. At the age of eight Wade’s family relocated to the hilly suburb of Marietta, GA which is just north of Atlanta. This change of pace and people helped shape Wade into the artist he is today. In high school he drove an s10 pickup just like his grandpa’s, except the classic country was mixed with classic rock, folk, soul, and blues records. As a result, Wade’s music is like a sweet tea-colored slow rolling river that flows from Nashville to Atlanta and then on down to Lake Okeechobee. Sapp decided after years of playing with his band at every country bar and songwriter club around Atlanta that it was time to make the move to Music City and make a record. Since arriving in Nashville in 2016, Wade independently released his debut album Radio Check which has surpassed a million streams and is in regular rotation on SiriusXM and independent stations around the world. He has toured the United States and abroad, opening shows for the likes of Elizabeth Cook, Colter Wall, Morgan Wade, Brent Cobb, Ian Noe and more. Wade Sapp has come a long way indeed and the road ahead is promising for this rising star.