October 27, 2020

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Adam Hood’s ‘Somewhere In Between’ (10.12) Streaming Now On NPR Music

New York, NY (Top40 Charts) NPR First Listen is streaming Low Country Sound songwriter Adam Hood’s ‘Somewhere In Between’ (10.12) in full, here: https://www.npr.org/2018/10/04/653324422/first-listen-adam-hood-somewhere-in-between?t=1538746214643

“Over the course of 11 songs, he also teases out the tension that, for him, lies at the core of what it means to be a small-town, southern singer-songwriter: describing small displays of deliberateness in a thoroughly easygoing fashion,” says NPR Music’s Jewly Hight.

The Alabama native’s first album in nine years is a pure reflection of Hood’s live show. It was produced by Oran Thornton (Miranda Lambert ‘Revolution,’ Eric Church ‘Caught In The Act: Live,’ Angaleena Presley ‘Wrangled’) and recorded at Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studios.

Known as the “go-to country songwriter” (Billboard) for songs like Brent Cobb’s “King of Alabama,” Anderson East”s “”Surrender“” and album cuts recorded by Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town and Lee Ann Womack, Hood is ready to be back on the road touring under his own name and with his music.

Fri., Oct. 5 will kick off a run of headline dates through the Fall that will travel through New York, Chicago, Boston, Nashville and more. For more information and tickets, please visit adamhood.com.

‘Somewhere In Between’ tracklist:
1. Heart of a Queen (Adam Hood, Ben Danaher)
2. She Don’t Love Me (ft. Brent Cobb) (Adam Hood, Brent Cobb, Josh Abbott)
3. Alabama Moon (Adam Hood, Pat McLaughlin)
4. Downturn (Adam Hood, Jason Eady)
5. The Weekend (Adam Hood, Pat McLaughlin)
6. Bayou Girl (Willis Alan Ramsey)
7. Easy Way (Adam Hood, Pat McLaughlin)
8. Locomotive (Adam Hood, Jason Saenz)
9. Keeping Me Here (Adam Hood, Jason Saenz, Oran Thornton, Jared Hicks)
10. Real Small Town (Adam Hood, William Clark Green)
11. Confederate Rose (Adam Hood, Pat McLaughlin)

Adam Hood Tour Dates:
Fri., Oct. 5 / Zydeco / Birmingham, AL
Thurs., Oct. 11 / High Watt / Nashville, TN
Fri., Oct. 12 / Hi Tone / Memphis, TN
Sat., Oct. 13 / The Historic Fort Worth Stockyards / Ft. Worth, TX
Wed., Oct. 17 / Knuckleheads / Kansas City, MO
Thurs., Oct. 18 / Bub City / Chicago, IL
Fri., Oct. 26 / Billy’s Icehouse / New Braunfels, TX
Sat., Oct. 27 / Mule Barn / Justin, TX
Sun., Oct. 28 / Sam’s Burger Joint / San Antonio, TX
Thurs., Nov. 1 / Dosey Doe / The Woodlands, TX
Fri., Nov. 2 / Blue Light / Dallas, TX
Sat., Nov. 3 / San Jac Saloon / Austin, TX
Sat., Nov. 10 / Hill Country / Washington D.C.
Sun., Nov. 11 / Dawson Street Pub / Philadelphia, PA
Mon., Nov. 12 / Rockwood Music Hall / New York, NY
Tues., Nov. 13 / Atwood’s Tavern / Cambridge, MA
Thurs., Nov. 15 / Magnolia Motor Lounge / Ft. Worth, TX
Fri., Nov. 16 / Bubba’s Brewhouse / Durant, OK
Sat., Nov. 17 / The Blue Door / Oklahoma City, OK
Fri., Nov. 30 / Love and War in Texas / Lindale, TX
Sat., Dec. 1 / Hank’s / McKinney, TX
Sun., Jan. 6 – Tues., Jan. 8 / Steamboat MusicFest / Steamboat Springs, CO
Tues., Jan. 29 – Sat., Feb. 2 / Mile 0 Fest / Key West, FL