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April 21, 2023


He is currently on his Multi-City National “Barstool Whiskey Wonderland” Tour


Today, rising country star and talented singer-songwriter Adam Doleac released his acoustic EP, Barstool Whiskey Wonderland (Wonderland Sides). Following the debut of his 18-track album Barstool Whiskey Wonderland last fall, the EP offers a stripped-down version of some of Adam’s most popular hits including “Neon Fools,” “Coulda Loved You Longer,” and his viral fan-favorite “Famous.” You can listen to the album HERE.

Barstool Whiskey Wonderland (Wonderland Sides) Tracklist

  • “Famous” (Adam Doleac/Bobby Hamrick/Andy Skib)
  • “Don’t It Sound Alright” (Adam Doleac/Josh Jenkins/Chris La Corte)
  • “Coulda Loved You Longer” (Adam Doleac/Casey Brown/Jesse Lee Levin)
  • “Neon Fools” (Adam Doleac/Thomas Finchum/Andy Skib)
  • “Barstool Whiskey Wonderland” (Adam Doleac/Lindsay Rimes/Jonathan Singleton)
  • “Girl In Love” (Adam Doleac/Jared Keim/Derrick Southerland)
  • “Til Dawn Do Us Part” (Adam Doleac/Rian Ball/Ben Caver)

“The fans have been incredibly supportive of Barstool Whiskey Wonderland,” Adam said. “Whether through socials or out on the road, they’ve requested for this to come to life. I want them to know that I’ve listened and I’m grateful, so this acoustic EP is dedicated to them.”

Adam has garnered over 360 million total global on-demand streams to date, and last fall, he released Barstool Whiskey Wonderland to much fanfare nearly a decade after moving to Music City. 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. One of his biggest hits off the album, “Famous” is Gold-certified and opens this latest acoustic EP. Barstool Whiskey Wonderland (Wonderland Sides) is a nod to all his fans who continuously requested that his songs be stripped down and made as acoustic versions – they spoke, he listened. This is just the beginning for Adam, as he has additional fresh new music he plans to roll out over the next few months.

Adam is currently on his headlining Barstool Whiskey Wonderland with tour special guest, Alana SpringsteenHe has played for sold out crowds in New York, Boston, Dallas, Houston, and Charlotte with upcoming stops in Atlanta, Louisville, and Indianapolis. He’ll also be performing at country’s biggest event of the year at CMA Fest on Thursday, June 8th as well as Bash on the Bay and Golden Sky Festival later this year. 

About Adam Doleac:

Raised in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Arista Nashville/Sony Music Nashville rising star Adam Doleac credits devoted parents for his strong work ethic, and his dream-chasing determination. After earning a baseball scholarship to the University of Southern Mississippi, he ended up playing in front of 30,000 at the College World Series – fueling a craving for big crowds he still chases today. Doleac fell in love with music during college, writing songs with teammates and challenging himself to play hometown shows while devouring the work of emotional explorers like John Mayer, Gavin DeGraw, Amos Lee and more. He acquired a publishing deal after posting an original song to YouTube that went viral, and then finally decided to make the move to Nashville. He spent the following years sharpening his penmanship, and eventually Kane Brown, Gabby Barrett, Darius Rucker and more had all cut his songs, while Doleac built a grassroots fanbase touring the country in his pickup truck. Proving the old adage of Nashville being a 10-year town, Doleac delivered his 18-track debut album Barstool Whiskey Wonderland on September 30, nearly a decade after relocating to Music City, and is about to conclude his first-ever, sold-out headlining tour, the “Barstool Whiskey Wonderland Tour.” With tracks like the Gold-certified “Famous” and soul-mate anthem “Another,” both of which hit No. 1 on SiriusXM’s The Highway, fans have gotten only a glimpse of that wonderland so far. Now they get the full picture. | Facebook | Instagram | TikTok | Twitter