AXS TV to Premiere Kayla Adams' 'Burn a Little Colder' Music Video 10/23

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SSM Entertainment Records announced today that AXS TV will exclusively premiere Kayla Adams' music video for her new single "Burn a Little Colder." The video will begin airing on rotation on AXS TV starting Friday, October 23.

Kayla's producer, Dean Scallan, CEO of SSM Entertainment Records, comments, "We're excited that AXS TV has chosen to put Kayla's new video in the spotlight. She's an extraordinary new voice on the NASHVILLE music scene, and we look forward to introducing her to a larger audience. We're sure listeners will hear the same unique and authentic qualities in her music that led us to sign her to SSM, leading her to gain even more fans."

NASHVILLE singer-songwriter Kayla Adams, whose debut single "Sober & Sorry" was a hit - reaching #20 on the MusicRow CountryBreakout chart, opens this year for Branch & Dean as they tour to raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Though new to the NASHVILLE scene, Kayla ( has already shared the stage with Kellie Pickler, Rodney Atkins, LL Cool J, Heidi Newfield, and Smashmouth. The "Burn a Little Colder" music video is directed by Scott Duthie, who produced the Warner Bros. movie "Pure Country 2: The Gift," starring George Strait and Katrina Elam.

About SSM Entertainment Records

SSM Entertainment Records is an established Music Row company with proven success. The artists signed to SSM Entertainment have more than forty years of combined experience in the music business, and account for millions of records sold. SSM Entertainment is a song-driven company; as such, its singer-songwriters have collectively more than fifty songs cut by major recording artists, such as Kenny Chesney, Gary Allan, and The Oak Ridge Boys; and number one songs including "Tight Fittin' Jeans" (Conway Twitty), "Adalida" (George Strait), "Cold One Coming On" (Montgomery Gentry), "The City Put the Country Back in Me" (Neal McCoy), and many more. For more information, visit the website,

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