Carnival Records recording artist Adam Hood released his new album, The Shape of Things, earlier this month (10/11). Recorded in Nashville and produced by Matthew Miller and Oran Thornton, The Shape of Things features twelve tracks, all written or co-written by Hood.
“Hood reminds one of the younger Jeffrey Steele, someone who can really sing and play, and understands how to craft a good song and then perform it with the excitement and emotion that truly does it justice,” wrote Rick Moore of American Songwriter.
Hood’s journey started during his early years in Opelika, Alabama, but a chance encounter with Miranda Lambert took him right where he was meant to be. Impressed with Hood, that she asked him to open a string of shows for her and introduced him to producer and Carnival Music partner, Frank Liddell. Liddell signed Adam as writer to Carnival Music Publishing and to the company’s record label as an artist.
Hood’s songs have been recorded by many country artists, including Lee Ann Womack and Eli Young Band.
Recently, Hood performed on Willie Nelson’s Country Throwdown Tour and is scheduled to play several dates throughout Texas and the Southeast this fall.
For more information and tour dates, please visit www.adamhood.com.