Adam Toms has won awards, toured the land, performed at major festivals and had several radio and Country Music Channel (CMC) chart hits. All this was achieved from 2009 to 2013.

“A lot has happened over the last few years. My young boys who both have Autism Spectrum Disorder are going well, my father died of a heart attack, and I have become a youth worker. In many ways my new songs are compilations of what’s been going on for me in recent years”.

Since then Adam has been focusing on his young family whilst still continuing to entertain audiences from a more local level where he is based in Benalla in North East Victoria.

His music falls under the huge umbrella of the country music genre and he combines his love of country, blues and rock to create his own sound. Adam also has the ability to tone things down into beautiful ballads or singer/songwriter tunes with the best of them. After a few years away from the original music scene Adam is enjoying releasing new music to his loyal fans and an making new ones along the way.

In October 2017 Adam returned with the release of 'Where Were You When'. A song co-written with fellow Australian country music singer/songwriter Troy Kemp. It touched the hearts of all who listened and the accompanying film clip was watched all over the globe and is currently receiving great airplay on the Country Music Channel (CMC) and Country Music World. 

Adam is known for his big voice in his live shows as well as his mixed banter and sense of humour.

“I think it’s a good gig if I’ve made the audience laugh, cry and everything in between”.

Adam is set to release his long awaited third album in April this year and its set to be a winner. 

Adam’s achievements to date include

2017 Oct - Number 6 on Australian iTunes Country Charts 

2014 to 2017 - Entertainment for Ricky Stuart Foundation 'Celebrity Guests Dinner' in Canberra 

2015 – Single ‘A Different Kind Of Brilliant’ Used by Autism Spectrum Australia’ for their ‘A Different Brilliant’ national Autism
awareness campaign

2014 - Half Time Entertainment at NRL Match in Sydney in front of 10,000 people

2013 – Finalist in the CMC New Aus Artist Of The Year Awards 

2013 - Rowdy Together single included on ABC's 'Hit Country 2013' compilation album

2013 - Rich Man single included on ABC's 'Beaut Utes 2013' compilation Album 

2013 - Rowdy Together single included on ABC's 'Songs That Make Us Country' compilation album

2012 – Winner – National Male Vocalist of the Year – VIC & National CMAs

2012 – Winner – Victorian Male Vocalist of the Year – VIC & National CMAs

2012 – Winner – Independent album of the Year – Meet N Greet Awards - Tamworth

2012 – Toyota Star Maker Finalist