Adam Hood

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Adam Hood is a singer-songwriter from Opelika, Alabama. His music is in the style of Texas country, Americana, and roots rock.

Career[edit]

Hood's 2007 album Different Groove was produced with Grammy Award-winning producer/guitarist Pete Anderson.[1] In 2007, Hood opened for Taylor Hicks, performed at Diversafest in Tulsa and at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, and was seen in a segment of We're An American Band on the Documentary Channel. Hood's music video for "Hell of a Fight" ranked #5 on the CMT front page main category "Todays Top Videos" on February 18, 2012.[2] Hood has toured with artists such as Pat Green, Todd Snider, Miranda Lambert, Leon Russell and Ian Moore.[3]

He was on the Willie Nelson Throwdown Tour for the summer of 2011 as part of the Bluebird Cafe singer/songwriter group.[4]

Hood was signed with Carnival Records and was a songwriter for Carnival Music Publishing for 6 years.

In January 2015, Rolling Stone mentioned Hood as a top 10 country artists listeners should know.[5]

Hood is in a co-publishing deal with Low Country Sound & Warner/Chappell Music.[6]

Discography[edit]

  • 21 to Enter (2002), Adam Hood Music
  • 6th Street (EP) (2004)
  • Different Groove (2007), Little Dog Records
  • Adam Hood (EP) (2011)
  • The Shape of Things (2011), Carnival Records
  • Welcome to the Big World (2014), Adam Hood Music

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
2007 "22 Days too Long" Brennan Reed
2008 "Different Groove" Pete Anderson
2012 "Hell of a Fight" Andi Zack
2015 "Way Too Long" Josh Newcom
2015 "Bar Band" Josh Newcom

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