Origin:
Opelika, AL, USA
Decades:
2001-present

Adam Hood is a singer-songwriter[1] from Opelika, Alabama, who has released two studio albums, 21 to Enter (2002, Orchard Records) and Different Groove (2007, Little Dog Records). He had played as a musician for years before his breakthrough around 2001. His music is in the style of Americana, or roots rock. Different Groove was produced with Grammy Award-winning producer/guitarist Pete Anderson.

Hood's single "22 Days Too Long" reached as high as #17 on the Texas Music Chart. Hood's next single "Different Groove" reached #17 on the Texas Music Chart as well. In 2007, Hood opened for Taylor Hicks, performed at Diversafest in Tulsa and at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, and was seen in a segment of "We're An American Band" on the Documentary Channel. Hood has toured with artists such as Pat Green, Todd Snider and Ian Moore.