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Adam Doleac Honors His "Biggest Fan" In Sweet New Music Video

Being married to a touring country singer can be tough and often thankless. But not for recording artist Adam Doleac and his wife MacKinnon. With With co-writes for Darius Rucker, Lainey Wilson and Kane Brown under his belt, the Mississippi celebrates someone who's always been in his corner with stunning visuals from the artist's own wedding.

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Like the most romantic love letter to his lifelong supporter, Adam's smooth and sultry vocals narrate his undying love for his new bride.

"I love you so much, and I’m not even going to try to put into words how beautiful you look 🔥 Lastly, don’t just watch this clip, go watch the whole thing. I promise it’ll make you cry, I mean smile," Adam said on social media accompanied by a heartwarming clip of the music video.

In an industry where storytelling is key, music videos help to further convey any message the artist hopes to get across. By allowing fans to share in the joy of his big day, Adam's creative choice to use his real life wedding footage is truly a chef's kiss!

The tear jerking video features highlights from the couple's stunningly southern wedding last December at Santa Rosa Beach, Florida's Eden Gardens State Park. The video serves and a visual love letter to.

To make sure you know somebody loves you/ Rain or shine, I'd stand out in a line/Oh, the things I would do/Just to be next to you all the time, yeah/A kiss is never enough when you do it that way/The high I get from your touch lasts for days Adam sings as we wipes away tears and MacKinnon walks down the aisle in a stunning gown from The Dress Theory. The real time emotion allows fans not only to be apart of Adam's song but his story as well. Spotlighting not only the couple's love story but the people who support them adds depth to the whole message of the tender track.

Adam Doleac and MacKinnon Morrissey Wedding. Credit: Ali Bonomo

Last fall, Doleac released his debut album, Barstool Whiskey Wonderland. Showing off his songwriting chops, Adam had a hand in penning every song on the album aside from his collaboration with Danielle Bradbery, “Fake Love,” which was penned by an all-star lineup made up of Hardy, Ryan Hurd, Maren Morris and Jordan Schmidt.

In May, Adam wrapped his headlining Barstool Whiskey Wonderland Tour. Adam's fans turned out in droves selling out venues in New York, Boston, Dallas, Houston, and Charlotte and others.


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