2011

January – Wins the CMAA Album of the Year – for his album ‘Falling Into Place’ at the CMAA Country Music Awards of Australia


2008

January – Wins the CMAA Album of the Year – for his album ‘I’m Doin’ Alright’ at the CMAA Country Music Awards of Australia held on Saturday January 26th at Tamworth Regional Entertainment and Convention Centre.

January – Adam presents and performs at the 36th Annual Country Music Awards of Australia.


2006

February – wins his 5th Best Male Vocal at the Victorian Country Music Awards having won previously in 2005, 2002, 2000 & 1998. Adam was also awarded Songwriter’s Composition of the Year for “Missing Heroes”.

January – Awarded the CCMC “Artist Excellence Award” in Tamworth.

January – shortlisted for the prestigious 4th CMA Nashville Global Country Artist Award having also been shortlisted in 2005 for the 3rd award.


2005

December – Adam receives 5 Golden Guitar nominations for Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Top Selling Album of the Year, Single of the Year & Video Clip of the Year.

December – presented with a Gold album for ‘Cowboy Dreams’ for certified sales of over 35,000 copies.

Nominated for 5th Mo Award for Male Country Performer of the Year. Previously nominated in ‘01, ’02, ‘03 & ‘04.

September – Adam’s 4th album ‘Can’t Settle For Less’ announced as a Finalist in the Best Country Release category for the 2005 ARIA Awards.

August – Adam headlines the opening night of the Toyota National Country Music Muster, Gympie.

July – Adam tours Canada performing at major festivals Calgary Stampede & Merritt Mountain Music Festival

May – Adam has 4 shows including the prestigious closing ceremony at the Chaoyang Pop Music Festival, Beijing, China.

January 17th – Adam’s fourth album ‘Can’t Settle For Less’ is released and debuts at #20 in the ARIA album chart 24/1/05

January 15th – Adam wins 6th Golden Guitar Award for Male Vocalist of the Year for “That’s What You Call A Friend”. This is his 2nd year in a row as Male Vocalist of the Year.


2004

September – ‘Workin’ Overtime’ is released in Canada on Open Road and Adam tours with Jason McCoy in support of the release

September – Adam performs at the CCMA week in Edmonton, Canada

August – Adam is invited to perform for a 2nd time at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, USA

February – Adam wins Male Vocalist (National Section) for “Call It Love” at the Victorian Country Music Awards.

January – Adam wins 5th Golden Guitar Award for Male Vocalist of the Year for “Call it Love”.


2003

December – Adam is nominated for 3 Golden Guitar Awards; Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the
Year and Heritage Song of the Year for “The Kokoda Anthem” with Gina Jeffreys.

September – ‘Cowboy Dreams’ is a Finalist in the Best Country Release category for the 2003 ARIA Awards.

April 28th Adam releases his third album ‘Cowboy Dreams’.

April – Adam is awarded the ‘Centenary Medal’ for his contribution to Australian society.
Nominated for a Golden Guitar Award with Beccy Cole for ‘Vocal Collaboration’ for their song ‘How Wrong Is It?’.
Presented with a Gold album for ‘Workin’ Overtime’ for certified sales of over 35,000 copies.


2002

‘Workin’ Overtime’ is nominated for the Best Country Album ARIA Award and the ‘Workin’ Overtime’ tour plays to over 100,000 throughout Australia.

January – wins two Golden Guitar Awards for ‘Album of the Year’ for ‘Workin’ Overtime’ and ‘Male Vocalist’ for ‘The Shake of the Hand’ at the Country Music Awards of Australia in Tamworth.
after performing at numerous Convoy For Kids charity fundraisers Adam is made a Patron of the charity.

2001
August 13th – Adam releases his second album ‘Workin’ Overtime’ from which there are 4 hit singles –
‘The House that Jack Built’; ‘The Shake of a Hand’;’Workin’ Overtime’ & ‘Beauty’s in the Eye of the Beerholder’

January – wins 2nd Golden Guitar Award for ‘Vocal Collaboration’ & a Victorian Country Music Award for the song ‘Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?’ with Beccy Cole, Darren Coggan & Felicity.
Adam is invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, USA fulfilling a life long dream.


1999

Adam records his first album ‘Sugar Talk’ yielding 3 hit singles – ‘Gypsy Queen’(Adam’s first #1 single in Australia), ‘Treat me like a Dog’ & ‘I Blame You’ and a Golden Guitar nomination for ‘Best Male Vocal’ for ‘I Blame You’.


1998

January – wins first Golden Guitar for ‘Vocal Collaboration’ on their song ‘Drive Away’ with Tanya Self.