Adam Doleac Signs With Arista Nashville

Pictured (seated, L-R): Sony Music Nashville’s Chairman/CEO, Randy Goodman; SMN’s Director A&R, Margaret Tomlin; Adam Doleac; Lightcave Entertainment’s Eric Garcia, WME’s Sloane Logue. (Standing, L-R): SMN’s Sr. Director Marketing, Liz Cost; and SMN’s VP Digital Strategy, Ed Rivadavia; WME’s Brian Jones; SMN’s SVP Sales/Streaming, Caryl Atwood; SMN’s COO/EVP, Ken Robold; SMN’s SVP Legal/Business Affairs, Angie Magill; SMN’s EVP Promotion/Artist Development, Steve Hodges; Arista Nashville VP Promotion, Josh Easler. Photo: Alan Poizner

Sony Music Nashville has signed singer/songwriter Adam Doleac to the Arista Nashville imprint. Doleac’s “Famous,” which he co-wrote with Andy Skib and Bobby Hamrick, will officially ship to country radio as his first Arista Nashville single on Dec. 16.

Doleac moved from his native Mississippi to Nashville in 2010, and later signed with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Besides penning the majority of his own music, Doleac co-wrote the track “Don’t,” which was featured on Darius Rucker’s album For The Last Time.

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