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Adam Mardel
Mardel in 2017
Born
Adam Delmar Carpenter

(1989-04-27) April 27, 1989 (age 35)
EducationFairmont High School, Sinclair Community College
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, talent manager, a&r, voice actor
Years active2008–present
PartnerMichael Liedke
Musical career
GenresPop, Contemporary R&B, EDM
Instrument(s)vocals
LabelsPickup Records, Eleven Twelve Records, E2A Music Group, LLC, Kobalt Music Group, AWAL, The Orchard, Sony Music Entertainment
Websiteadammardel.com
Signature

Adam Mardel is an American pop singer best known for his work with Second Alibi and for founding the record label E2A Music Group, LLC.[1]

Career

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Adam was an opening act on Aaron Carter's After Party Tour in 2013. In the spring of 2017 Adam launched a concert series called "E2A Presents" to feature bands and artists of different genres.[2] In a 2020 interview on WGN (AM) with Paul Lisnek Adam announced that he is working on a memoir and new music.[3] Adam announced in a 2023 interview that he was re-releasing Second Alibi's records and was in the beginning stages of a charity compilation album.[4]

Personal life

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On March 29, 2021, Adam announced via social media that he was engaged to Michael Liedke.[5]

Discography

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Solo

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Singles

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  • 2008: "One Reason"[6]
  • 2010: "Back Again (feat. MGC CHLD)"[7]
  • 2011: "Hypnotized (feat. The ResistantOne of Analog Resistance)"[8]
  • 2011: "As You Walk Away"[9]
  • 2012: "Freak Boy"[10]

Compilation Albums

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  • 2025: "E2A Presents"[11]

Second Alibi

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Singles

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  • 2015: "Ignite"[12]
  • 2015: "Lost"[13]
  • 2016: "Red (Radio Edit)"[14]
  • 2016: "Waste of Time (Urban Mix)"[15]
  • 2016: "Back to You"[16]
  • 2017: "Soldier (feat. Lucas Bolander)"[17]

Extended plays

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  • 2016: "Ultimatum"[18]

Studio Albums

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  • 2017: "Ultimatum: The Ultimate Edition"[19]
  • 2023: "Ultimatum (International Version"[20]

Concert Tours

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Solo

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Promotional

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  • 2011: Eleven Twelve Promo Tour
  • 2012: Unbound Tour[21]

Supporting

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Second Alibi

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Promotional

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  • 2014-2015: Ohio Boy Band Search Tour
  • 2016: Hey UK! Tour[25]

Supporting

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Co-headlining

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  • 2017: E2A Presents Tour[2]

Headlining

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Filmography

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Video Shorts

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  • 2017: "E2A Presents: Live at Gloria Theatre" – Himself[29]
  • 2018: "Making it Series: Meet the Team Behind E2A Music Group" – Himself[30]

Specials

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  • 2012: "Adam Mardel: Talent Showcase"[31]

Miscellaneous Credits

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Year Release Artist Credit
2017 "Killing Blow" Dystopian Echo Management[32]
2017 "Can You Feel It?" The Avenue Recording Supervisor, Management[33]
2017 "Silver Lines & Paper Cuts" Kady OBrien A&R Representative, Recording Supervisor[34]
2018 "High" Kody Goens A&R Representative, Mixing Assistant[35]

Awards

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Ohio Music Awards

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Year Ceremony Recipient Category Result
2015 Ohio Music Awards[36] Second Alibi Best Electronica Song Won

Pulse Music TV Awards

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Year Ceremony Recipient Category Result
2016 Pulse Music TV Awards Second Alibi Chicago Spotlight Won

References

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  1. ^ Chuck Beatty, Contributing Writer (March 9, 2015). "Boy Band Search Brings Us Second Alibi". Unite Magazine.
  2. ^ a b Brett Turner, Contributing Writer. "Concert to offer variety of tunes at Gloria Theatre". springfieldnewssun.
  3. ^ Ashley Bihun, Contributing Writer (February 19, 2020). ""Shear Madness" keeps that Laughing at the Mercury; Thought-provoking "Roe" at the Goodman; Musician/Songwriter Adam Mardel begins a new Chapter". WGN Radio.
  4. ^ "Left of Str8 Show: The Adam Mardel Interview Musician and Record Producer". iHeart.
  5. ^ "I'm engaged to the love of my life!". Facebook.
  6. ^ "Adam Mardel – One Reason". Discogs. November 23, 2023.
  7. ^ "Adam Mardel, MGC CHLD – Back Again (feat. MGC CHLD)". Discogs. January 26, 2010.
  8. ^ "Adam Mardel, The ResistantOne Of Analog Resistance – Hypnotized". Discogs. August 30, 2011.
  9. ^ "Adam Mardel – As You Walk Away". Discogs. August 30, 2011.
  10. ^ "Adam Mardel – Freak Boy (Radio Version)". Discogs. November 23, 2023.
  11. ^ "Left of Str8 Show: The Adam Mardel Interview Musician and Record Producer". YouTube. May 25, 2023.
  12. ^ "Second Alibi – Ignite". Discogs. August 4, 2015.
  13. ^ "Second Alibi – Lost". Discogs. November 30, 2015.
  14. ^ "Second Alibi – Red (Radio Edit)". Discogs. June 2, 2016.
  15. ^ "Second Alibi – Waste of Time (Urban Mix)". Discogs. November 23, 2023.
  16. ^ "Second Alibi – Back to You". Discogs. December 19, 2016.
  17. ^ "Second Alibi, Lucas Bolander – Soldier". Discogs. April 11, 2017.
  18. ^ "Ultimatum – Second Alibi – Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic.
  19. ^ "Ultimatum: The Ultimate Edition – Second Alibi – Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic.
  20. ^ "Ultimatum (International Version)". YouTube.
  21. ^ "Adam Mardel Unbound Tour". Setlist.
  22. ^ "Adam Mardel at Planet Dance Uptown (19 November 2011)". Setlist.
  23. ^ "Romance on a Rocketship The Attic Kettering, OH- Rock On Another Level".
  24. ^ "Romance on a Rocketship at The Attic (07 Apr 2012)". Songkick.
  25. ^ "Second Alibi at Piano's in NYC: (05 October 2016)". Setlist.fm.
  26. ^ "Aaron Carter at Odeon Concert Club (01 Sep 2017)". Songkick.
  27. ^ "Second Alibi at Skully's Music Diner (04 June 2016)". Setlist.fm.
  28. ^ "Second Alibi at Landsharks (06 August 2016)". DO 317.
  29. ^ "E2A Presents: Live at Gloria Theatre (Video 2017) - IMDb". IMDb.
  30. ^ "Making It Series: Meet the Team Behind E2A Music Group (Video 2018) - IMDb". IMDb.
  31. ^ "Adam Mardel: Talent Showcase (TV Special 2012) - IMDb". IMDb.
  32. ^ "Dystopian Echo – Killing Blow". Discogs. February 2, 2017.
  33. ^ "The Avenue – Can You Feel It?". Discogs. September 12, 2017.
  34. ^ "Kady OBrien - Silver Lines & Paper Cuts". Discogs. August 2017.
  35. ^ "Kody Goens - High". AllMusic.
  36. ^ Mara Kalinoski, Contributing Writer (July 29, 2015). "Call for Artists: Ohio Music Awards". Toledo City Paper.