Alabama born and bred, singer / songwriter Adam Hood knew what he wanted to do for a living as a young man still living at home. His mom brought home a John Hiatt cassette and he was hooked! He started playing guitar and writing songs, and soon got a weekly gig performing at a local chicken fingers restaurant. Since then he’s had a versatile career as both a recording artist and songwriter, penning songs recorded by the likes of Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Anderson East, Lee Ann Womack and the Josh Abbott Band.

Currently in the midst of a U.S. tour, he recorded his latest album, “Somewhere In Between” in a sharp two days, wanting to re-create the real vibe of his live shows without any fancy studio tinkering. The result is an honest, refreshing and deeply autobiographical record filled with lyrics based on the everyday experiences we all can relate to.

His new single, “She Don’t Love Me,” is a collaboration with Brent Cobb and Josh Abbott, and he performs it for us on the show today.

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