Adam Pearce is a born-and-raised Louisiana vocalist, lead guitarist, and song writer with a passion for rock n’roll. His success grew substantially when he appeared on NBC's "The Voice", making it all the way to the Top 20. Adam's been involved in several projects throughout the years - most notably his original band Black Magnolia. The band’s debut album, “Fields Are Burning," was released in 2012 and featured Randy Jackson of Zebra who played a guest guitar solo on the song “Apocalypse.” Adam Levine invited him to sing ACDC covers for the Maroon 5 Annual Halloween party in 2017, while Levine played drums. He's also played with several major bands in his day including Zebra, 12 Stones, Filter, Puddle of Mudd, and Louisiana Leroux. He’s also played major festivals throughout the South with headliners such as Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Temptations, and Cowboy Mouth. He can be found performing solo acoustic gigs all over the state as well as singing in the new band Mothership: A Tribute to Led Zeppelin. “Fields Are Burning” by Black Magnolia can be found on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and other major retailers.