When his baseball career officially ended, Adam started booking shows as a solo artist and writing songs with a teammate. After several successful co-writes, Adam made the move to Nashville, and his career quickly gained traction. In 2014, SiriusXM’s The Highway selected “I Put It On Ya” as an On The Horizon track. Shortly thereafter, he was offered a publishing deal with Sony/ATV. To date, Adam’s ability to construct meaningful tunes have earned him cuts from Darius Rucker and Kane Brown.
Determined to also position himself as an artist, Doleac signed a management deal with 287 Entertainment and released a self-titled debut EP in June 2017. Sirius XM continues to be one of Adam’s most significant supporters. They have played multiple tracks from his EP on The Highway, and Adam was a featured artist on the fall 2017 Highway Finds Tour. Adam has also caught the attention of the streaming world, and several of his songs have earned spots on Spotify-curated country playlists.