Adam Wakefield has signed with Average Joes Entertainment. Wakefield will release two self-penned singles, “Cheap Whiskey and Bad Cocaine” and “Dry Days,” on July 13 on the new label, with a full album scheduled to drop later this year.
Wakefield was a contestant on Blake Shelton’s team on NBC’s The Voice, and finished second overall in the season 10 finale. He released his debut self-titled EP in July 2017, and is currently working on his new project for Average Joe’s. Wakefield spent last year on an extended tour filling in for The Steeldrivers’ frontman, Gary Nicols, and is returning to the road this summer with his own band.
“Adam’s style and artistry is undeniable, and his spirit is infectious. We’re excited to welcome him to the AJE family,” commented Shannon Houchins, CEO/President, Average Joes Entertainment.
“I couldn’t be more excited about signing with Average Joes. Never have I been surrounded by such a supportive and skilled group of people. The trust they have placed in me to create music in an environment unfettered by mainstream norms and the status quo is inspiring, and should be to anyone in the industry,” said Wakefield.
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