Hattiesburg, Mississippi native, Adam Doleac, has penned upwards of 200 songs, written hits for country superstars Kane Brown and Darius Rucker and many others have put holds on some of his compositions, including Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts, Justin Moore and David Nail. On December 29, 2010, he wrote his first song while on vacation in the Dominican Republic. It was the first time out of the country for the Mississippi native who had only experienced Hattiesburg and family vacations in Florida. “I remember sitting on a hotel balcony on the third floor, watching people of all different ethnicities and walks of life. Adam wrote four more songs while he was still playing baseball at the University of Southern Mississippi. Over one thousand people showed up for a CD release party in his hometown. Then Adam hit the road, and for the first time, sang live in front of people. “I was driving back and forth to Nashville to write songs so I decided to move there to write with other people. It’s a happy, driven city,” he says. “Everybody is chasing after something they love to do.” He then met Jake LaGrone, who became his manager, and in 2015, signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV.
Adam released his self-titled, debut EP on June 16th, 2017. The EP was recorded in Nashville, produced by Lindsay Rimes and features 6 tracks co-written by Adam, including his single “Whiskey’s Fine”.