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June 9, 2023


Now Available on All Streaming Platforms

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today,rising singer and songwriter Adam Doleac has announced the release of his highly-anticipated new single “Biggest Fan,” now available on all streaming platforms.  

Doleac will be performing at country music’s biggest event of the year, CMA Fest, at the Chevy Vibes Stage on Thursday, June 8 at 3:30PM CT where he will announce the release of his long-awaited single “Biggest Fan.” Following his performance, Doleac will be hosting the ‘Biggest Fan’ party in celebration of his newly released track at ACME. His presence continues at the Music Row Happy Hour located at Margaritaville on Friday, June 9 and will wrap up the weekend with a special appearance you won’t want to miss on Saturday, June 10 at 12:30AM CT at the Spotify House.  

The ballad is inspired by his own experience with love and admiration for his wife, Mackinnon. Doleac uses the term “Biggest Fan” as a way to celebrate everyone’s biggest supporters within their lives. Doleac’s heartfelt lyrics and smooth and velvety delivery pair in perfect harmony with the tune of piano keys. Snippets of the fan favorite track made a splash on social media platforms earlier this year becoming a viral hit that quickly resonated with his fans and leaving them wanting more.      

 “Biggest Fan” is a love letter to my wife, Mackinnon,” says Doleac. “She’s always telling me that she’s MY biggest fan. This song is an ode to her making sure she knows I am hers too. She’s been in my crowd long before there was even a crowd to be in and has believed in me at times that I didn’t even believe in myself. I know that kind of love isn’t easy to find, but I hope everybody looking for it out there finds it. We all need a “Biggest Fan” cheering us on in this crazy little thing called life.”  

“Biggest Fan” is the latest in a string of hot new releases, including both the studio and demo versions of “Wrong Side of a Sunrise,” as well as Barstool Whiskey Wonderland (Wonderland Sides), which consists of acoustic versions of several fan favorites, including “Famous,” “Coulda Loved You Longer,” and “Don’t It Sound Alright.” The acoustic EP along with the “Wrong Side Of A Sunrise” are nods to his fans who continuously requested stripped down versions of his music to highlight his smooth, honeyed vocals. 

Last fall, Doleac released his debut album, Barstool Whiskey Wonderland, which Billboard noted, “The 18-track collection shows off Doleac’s smooth, sultry vocals…The album also displays his strong storytelling craft–he co-wrote all but one of the tracks on the set.” He co-wrote every song on the album aside from his collaboration with Danielle Bradbery, “Fake Love,” which was penned by an all-star lineup made up of HARDY, Ryan Hurd, Maren Morris and Jordan Schmidt. 

In May, Adam wrapped his headlining BARSTOOL WHISKEY WONDERLAND TOUR. The tour, which included special guest, Alana Springsteen, hit sold out crowds in New York, Boston, Dallas, Houston, and Charlotte and others. He’ll also be performing at Bash on the Bay and Golden Sky Festival later this year. | Facebook | Instagram | TikTok | Twitter