It’s been 5 years since Adam Toms released his last album. A lot has gone on for the Vic based singer/songwriter in that time and his new album ‘Where Were You?’ helps fill in the blanks.

The first two previously released singles ‘Where Were You When’ and ‘Too Young To Know Better’ have had an amazing response from his loyal and new fans alike and show Adams versatility as a vocalist and songwriter, whist the forthcoming climatic power ballad ‘Say You Love Me’ leaves the listener breathless.

Adam has been focusing on his young special needs family (his two sons have Autism Spectrum Disorder) and he's Youth Worker by day. He continues to entertain audiences from a more local level where he is based in North East Victoria and is now looking forward to taking his new music further up and down the road once again.

With a style combining country, rock, blues and singer/songwriter Adam feels now the time is right to return and is eager to show people his new songs.

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 finally released his long awaited third album on July 27th and its set to be a winner. 

Adam’s achievements to date include

2018 Jul - Where Were You? album peaked at number 9 on the iTunes Country chart

2017 Oct - Single 'Where Were You When' peaked at 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