One voice. One guitar. Over 2,000 shows and counting. Nine states. Two countries. Over 200,000 miles on the road. Thousands of satisfied listeners. Smooth vocals. Lyrics that come from a heart that shares the exact same memories as yours. Melodies that create instant nostalgia. Bill West takes great pride in the art of song-crafting. If you enjoy the sounds of Sting, The Samples, Bruce Hornsby, Seal, Coldplay, Jackson Browne, and U2, then you will understand and enjoy his latest CD, “Thanks For Listening.”
An interesting thing happens when a tight five-piece band of respectively talented musicians ditches gimmicks and masks: Honest, unpretentious, full-bodied music is born.
The Jason Adamo Band started with the man himself, a truly soulful singer with inspired lyrics and raspy falsetto. Currently residing in Raleigh, Adamo has lived in New York City and Nashville, immersing himself in each city’s music and songwriting scene. Jason recently received his first cut on a Major Label (“Beautiful Believer”), on Brett Young’s Big Machine Label Group debut LP “Brett Young.” His version of “Beautiful Believer” has been released on an EP as part of a collection of songs written during his time spent living in Nashville (2013-2015). Adamo has a Joe Cocker-like “bold grit and heart,” and an ability to take a captive audience from “engaged silence” to a “floor-stomping, rollicking, good time.”
With the addition of Doug Casteen (lead guitar), Alex McKee (bass), Fabio Consani (harmonica, acoustic guitar), and David Littlejohn (keyboard), who all bring years of unique experiences and influences, The Jason Adamo Band (JAB) creates a brotherly vibe and puts a new spin on Adamo’s classic soul.
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