Adam McPhail, 27, holds a Master of Commercial Music Performance from Belmont University and a Bachelor of Music (Jazz Studies) from the University of Southern Mississippi. Adam has shared the stage or recorded with many artists/groups such as B.B. King, Shirley Caesar, All-4-One, Dorinda Clark-Cole, The Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, Cory Wong, Bucky Covington, Mark Lettieri, Chris Daughtry, Koryn Hawthorne, Maranda Curtis, Jekalyn Carr, VaShawn Mitchell, Dynamo, Melinda Doolittle, Adam Doleac, Jeff Coffin, Roosevelt Collier, and many others. While touring across the country, he has opened for artists/groups such as Little Big Town, Tim McGraw, The Robert Glasper Experiment, Big & Rich, FORQ, Shaun Martin, Lonestar, George Clinton, Becca Stevens, and Scotty McCreery.
Apart from touring, Adam is involved with music ministry in church and has extensive experience with studio work around the Nashville area. He has recorded on numerous R&B, jazz, funk, country, and contemporary Christian records. Adam has also recorded on cues that have been featured on the Outdoor Channel, History Channel, Showtime Network, FOX Network, WGN America, USA Network, Discovery Channel, and Netflix. Adam is a proud endorser of BOSS, Cordial Cables USA, Rockboard by Warwick, MONO, Truetone, G7th and Alclair Audio. Adam was a featured Cordial demonstrator at the 2019 and 2020 Winter NAMM conventions in Anaheim, California, as well as a featured BOSS demonstrator at the 2019 Summer NAMM convention in Nashville, TN.
During the 2019 Summer NAMM convention, McPhail was interviewed by Premier Guitar Magazine on behalf of BOSS effects pedals and amplifiers, and he also represented BOSS as a demonstrator during the Best of Show Award Ceremony. In October of 2019, he performed with Shirley Caesar, Dorinda Clark-Cole, and Jekalyn Carr at the 50th Anniversary GMA Dove Awards for the traditional gospel tribute set. Mr. McPhail joined the Belmont guitar faculty as an Adjunct Professor of Guitar in 2017 shortly after graduating from Belmont.