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SONY MUSIC NASHVILLE INKS DOLEAC
10/8/19

Sony Music Nashville has inked Adam Doleac to the Arista Nashville imprint. The singer/songwriter’s track “Famous,” which he co-penned with Andy Skib and Bobby Hamrick, will be his first Arista release and impacts country radio on 12/16.

Doleac, who previously toured with Carrie Underwood, Chris Young and Kane Brown, among others, has also co-written songs for artists like Brown, Darius Rucker, and Hootie and the Blowfish.

The Mississippi native started writing songs in college with his baseball team and eventually uploaded his music to YouTube, garnering millions of views and leading to a pub deal with Sony/ATV. For more info on Doleac, click here.
Pictured above (seated from L-R) are SMN’s Chairman/CEO Randy Goodman and Director A&R Margaret Tomlin, Doleac, Lightcave Entertainment’s Eric Garcia, WME’s Sloane Logue, (standing from L-R) SMN’s Sr. Director Marketing Liz Cost and VP Digital Strategy Ed Rivadavia, WME’s Brian Jones, SMN’s SVP Sales/Streaming Caryl Atwood, COO/EVP Ken Robold and SVP Legal/Business Affairs Angie Magill and EVP Promotion/Artist Development Steve Hodges, and Arista Nashville VP Promotion Josh Easler.

Shortly after this photo was taken, Doleac demonstrated how to shag a fly ball and attorney Jess Rosen fouled out.