Rising country music artist Adam Doleac gained new fans last weekend.
Towards the end of his Sunday night concert, the last act to take center stage at Town & Country Fair this year, he invited everyone to meet him and take pictures. Crowds lined up for nearly an hour after Doleac sang the last bars of his single “Whiskey’s Fine,” which became the singer’s first Golden Song certified by the Recording Industry Association of America in May.
Doleac met around 150-200 people who lined up, shaking hands, signing autographs and taking photos.
âI always like to do that when I play somewhere for the first time,â Doleac said after the line wore off.
The fans appreciated. Tonda Ruge had never heard of Doleac before the fair, but she stood in line for over forty minutes to meet him. She said she plans to follow him on social media and buy music whenever she gets the chance.
âI loved his energy. It was awesome, âshe said.
Dressed in a pink button, ripped black jeans and white sneakers, Doleac winked, waved and pointed to the crowd. The 33-year-old played a full set, jumping on amplifiers and at one point scaling the stage lighting beam.
Doleac was full of energy, bringing to life a night that was muted from the storms that had swept through the area earlier in the day.
âThere are probably people who are not here because of the rain,â he laughed. âOf course, it’s Sunday; it was raining. I might have stayed at home too. Netflix sounds pretty good! I learned a long time ago (a long time ago) that you play the same show for 10,000 or 1,000.
Never has the energy been so strong as when Doleac merged his ballad “Famous” with the 2009 alternative rock jam “Absolutely” by Nine Days. Both songs have the lyrics “when she smiles” and Doleac married the unlikely couple into a real headbanger.
In addition to some of his most popular songs like âPuzzle of Usâ and âKey to the City,â which he wrote for the 2021 College World Series, Doleac has also performed songs that will be featured on his upcoming album, including the exit is planned. Next year.
The one he hopes will be the next radio favorite is âDrinkin ‘It Wrong,â a pop country ode to have a good time.
“If you grab a beer in a crowd at a country concert and you’re not having fun, you’re drinking it badly!” He cried before launching into the upbeat party song.
The crowd cheered, quickly catching the lyrics and the beat. A fun guitar solo completed the singer’s promising success, and it was clear that Doleac felt the audience’s appreciation.
“We don’t have anyone drinking badly tonight, have we?” He observed over the last few notes.
Doleac has a few more shows to play in his summer tour before joining the Zac Brown Band tour to open in what he hopes will be sold-out arenas.