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New & Noteworthy: Adam Doleac

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Originally from Hattiesburg, Miss., singer/songwriter Adam Doleac is on the rise to stardom. After moving to Nashville in 2012, Doleac signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV, penning songs for ‪Kane Brown and ‪Darius Rucker. The former college baseball player-turned-country artist was signed by his current manager, Jake LaGrone (287 Entertainment), in 2015 and launched his first six track, self-titled EP June 16, 2017. Doleac co-wrote all six tracks on the project, including the lead single, “Whiskey’s Fine,” which has hit the 1 million stream mark on Spotify. The seasoned performer has played over 400 shows over the last two years and was recently featured as one of Rolling Stone Country’s Artists You Need To Know, Pandora’s 2018 Country Artists to Watch and a SiriusXM Highway Find. He just wrapped up the SiriusXM Highway Finds Tour alongside High Valley and Ashley McBryde. The 20-city North American tour, curated by SiriusXM’s The Highway, kicked off in Washington D.C. and included stops in New York City, Nashville, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Denver and more, wrapping in December in San Diego.

Adam has been named Artist of the Month by popular restaurant chain Texas Roadhouse. The national campaign runs throughout the month of February, with Doleac’s music, including his latest hit, “Bigger Than Us,” being featured in over 500 locations, online and on socials.

Meet New & Noteworthy Artist Adam Doleac

Current Single: “Bigger Than Us'”

“Bigger Than Us” is inspiration when you are feeling low. It’s believing in fate and in meant to be. It’s about finding someone you want to do life with, and letting them know that no matter what is thrown at you, you’ll face it together.

Musical Influences: John Mayer, Amos Lee, Darius Rucker, Chris Stapleton, NEEDTOBREATHE

Personal Influences:

My family. I believe that the best gift you can give a kid on this earth is two good parents, and I was very fortunate to have that. As a result, I am very much rooted in my upbringing and the way I was raised.

Music Sounds Like: Dierks Bentley with a hint of Darius Rucker.

Why you should be listening: Adam pairs honest, vulnerable lyrics with a laid-back vibe and warm, inviting vocals. His blues tendencies highlight his vocal capabilities and emotional connections to his songs.

Get Social with Adam:
Facebook.com/AdamDoleacOfficial
Instagram: @adamdoleac
Twitter: @adamdoleacmusic

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One Comment

  1. Michael Cooper says:

    Hi Nicole,
    I’m from Hatiesburg, MS and noted with this issue of Tattle Tale, Adam Doleac is also from there. GREAT article/reviews!
    I worked in the country music biz in Nashville from years 1990-2001 as an agent with William Morris-Endeavor and Buddy Lee Attractions. I then moved back home to Mississippi. After working various jobs the last 16 years I ave found myself back in the biz in a rather surprising way! More info later.
    I represent another of the so-called new-and-noteworthy artists by the name of Ramsay “Guitar Man” Prine. He has recently caught the attention of a handful of Nashville’s industry leaders. Ramsay has been out there all across America the last seven years what I call “shaking hands and making friends”. He is truly laying the groundwork for which I and him both believe is a much needed ingredient to winning fans! Please find more info on Ramsay at: He would be most honored to have you join the ranks of his believing and passionate fans.
    Thank-you from the bottom of my heart for all you do to help the country music artists and keeping my favorite music alive and kicking.

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