Adam Doleac released his first album Barstool Whiskey Wonderland September 30. With a string of hits and successes, can you believe that this is his first full-fledged album!? Adam Doleac moved to Nashville from Hattiesburg, Mississippi ten years ago. This album is a culmination of a decade’s worth of cutting his teeth and non-stop grinding. He cannot suppress his excitement for this release. “I couldn’t be more excited to release my debut album, Barstool Whiskey Wonderland,” Adam says. “So much hard work and time and LIFE has gone into making it. More than anything, I wanted it to sound like me. I tried to create my own little world, or ‘wonderland’ I should say, and I think I did that. Barstool Whiskey Wonderland is full of my favorite lyrics, titles, and most importantly, my favorite emotions. I hope you listen to it top to bottom, and then I hope you do it again.”
Several tracks have already seen release. One of those tracks is “Drinkin’ It Wrong”, all about having fun. That was followed up by “Don’t It Sound Alright”. “‘Don’t It Sound Alright’ is a big warm musical hug from me. It puts my soul at ease, and I hope it does the same for you,” reflects Adam on the track. “Close That Tab” was the most recently-released single off the album. He sings about imploring a girl to leave her loser boyfriend in a playful and clever manner. And of course you can’t forget the smash hit and Gold-certified “Famous”!
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A highlight on Barstool Whiskey Wonderland is his dedication to those artists who came before him in “Where Country Music Comes From”. Also keep an ear out for “Girl In Love”. He teased the track at his Opry performance in June. “For girls, it’s about the feeling of falling in. For guys, it’s about making sure you’re ready to catch her. And just like the hook says, ‘… there ain’t nothin’ like a Girl In Love,'” Adam says of the track. You can’t miss “Fake Love”, his duet with Danielle Bradberry. The track features the combined songwriting forces of HARDY, Maren Morris, Ryan Hurd, and Jordan Schmidt in a fanciful love ballad of finding real love.
“It feels long overdue, and it’s the first time people can really see the whole me,” Adam opens up “An album is a cool thing. It allows you to tell a little bit more of your story, as opposed to just people knowing a song and not knowing you.” Stream Barstool Whiskey Wonderland below. Make sure to follow Adam Doleac on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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