Ahead of Friday’s release of his debut album, country music singer/songwriter Adam Doleac has signed with UTA for worldwide representation in all areas.
Doleac has made a name for himself as a gifted songwriter, with a penchant for creating emotional lyrics and classic hooks. He’s written songs for superstar Kane Brown as well as Gabby Barett, Darius Rucker and more.
His debut LP, Barstool Whiskey Wonderland, is due out Sept. 30 on Nashville’s Arista imprint. The 18-song collection includes his RIAA Gold-certified hit “Famous,” along with the singles “Drinkin’ It Wrong,” “Famous,” “Another,” “Neon Fools,” “Coulda Loved You Longer,” and “Somewhere Cool With You.” The album also boasts “Fake Love,” a duet with Danielle Bradbery that was produced by Maren Morris, Ryan Hurd, HARDY and Jordan Schmidt.
Doleac’s fanbase includes nearly 1.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify. “Famous” has racked up nearly nearly 50 million streams and “Coulda Loved You Longer” has more than 30 million streams.
He’s managed by Eric Garcia at Light Cave Entertainment.
Boxoffice reports submitted to Pollstar for Doleac include a May 13, 2022, show in support of Jessie James Decker at The Rooftop at Pier 17 in New York City that sold 1,957 tickets and grossed $78,151. In 2021, he joined Zac Brown Band for a handful of shows including Sept. 17-18 at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre in Englewood, Colo., that sold 30,092 and grossed more than $2.2 million.
Upcoming tour dates for Doleac include an Oct. 4 show at The Basement East in Nashville.