Adam Hood’s third full-length album The Shape Of Things is an arresting collection of music that celebrates the beauty of life’s everyday struggles. From the captivating opener and previous single “Hell of a Fight” to the closing fade of the autobiographical “I’ll Sing About Mine,” Hood captures a white-hot passion to create pure art that honors Southern culture and sets it to music.
Hood worked for two years with Carnival Music, a company headed by the CMA Award-winning Frank Liddell, to build what would become the Oct. 2011 release. Produced by Oran Thornton and Matthew Miller, The Shape of Things is arguably one of Adam’s most groundbreaking records to date. The album earned Adam his first Lonestar Music Award for Singer-Songwriter/Folk Album of the Year in April, 2012. The Lonestar Music Awards also listed Adam in four other categories including Best Male Vocal, a huge feat for any non-Texas artist. The Boston Globe named Adam among its elite “12 Musical Acts To Look For In 2012.”
Channing Wilson is a singer-songwriter from Lafayette, GA, residing in Nashville, TN.[read more…]