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Adam Whitehead
Born in Marshalltown, Iowa, Adam Whitehead, who has signed with SMG Records Nashville, spent his early years on his parents farm outside Lynnville listening to KBOE and KXIA on the family stereo. After graduating from Pella Community High School, Adam soon realized his dreams weren’t far off in becoming one of the artists played in rotation on some of the very country radio stations he grew up hearing his role models on - Mark Wills, Rick Trevino, George Strait and Randy Travis. His father played an influential role in his life by his voice and knowing his way around a guitar, eventually learning to play on his own. After writing for several years without a cut, Adam took a 10 year sabbatical from music in general, but after his father’s passing in September of 2019, Adam made his return to Country Music by releasing his debut single ‘Outlawed’ which was regularly spun on country radio in Southern Iowa and subsequently hit #149 on the Apple ITunes Chart the same month of release. Whitehead’s second single ‘Single Mom’, co-written and sung by fellow Iowa singer/songwriter, Dalles Jacobus, is making it’s way on the National Country Music scene prior to its actual release after debuting at #2 on the Apple iTunes Country Albums Chart.