After The Voice

Adam Wakefield delivers new single with an assist from a Voice colleague


Fans of the soulful country Adam Wakefield delivered on Season 10 of The Voice should love his new single.

It’s called “Blame It On Me” and hit iTunes Friday.

And here’s a neat twist — he co-wrote the song with fellow Voice contestants Nolan Neal. In fact, head to YouTube and you can find a version of the song with Neal singing lead.

Adam’s version is just the second single he’s released since finishing second to Alisan Porter on Season 10.

The first was “When You’re Sober,” released last year and featuring a vocal assist from Jenny Leigh.

As for the new single, Adam writes on Facebook: “This is a song I’ll never grow tired of singing, so I knew it was the one to come out the gate with to introduce people to what’s coming down the road.”

You can keep up with Adam through his website or Facebook page. On Twitter, he’s @adamwakefield.

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