Craig Adams is a Los Angeles based singer/songwriter who since 2014 has been unleashing a sonic wave of heart and soul every time he steps on the stage. With a raw blend of blues, soul, and anthemic rock he captivates his audience with honest, clever lyrics delivered via a thunderous voice and a undeniable stage presence, creating a unique, goose-bump inducing experience every time he steps on stage.

Craig began writing and performing music back in 2005 as lead singer of NY based rock band Blind Robbery. After 9 years and 3 albums he decided to part ways with the band and migrate west to LA to explore a different, more personal musical journey, drawing influence from such artists as Gnarls Barkley, Otis Redding, U2, and The Killers along with his new surroundings, Adams has managed to create a unique organic yet modern sound full of soul, and life.

Craig is  currently in the pre-production phase of his debut solo EP due out summer 2019, he released two home-recorded  demos, 'Night And Day/All Dogs Go To Heaven' (June 2018) and 'Just Me' (August 2018) to wet the whistle of his fans who have become familiar with his music from attending his live shows as they wait for  the new release. Adams is also constantly performing between both west and east coasts playing such notable venues as The Viper Room, The Dragonfly (LA), The Burren (Boston MA) and Jones Beach Bandshell and Rockwood Music Hall (NYC) to name a few.


Some kind words from the industry:

 "Craig Adams' voice is captivating and filled with raw emotion...the perfect contrast to the lifting melodies that come from his guitar. Craig delivers each song with devotion and zeal and is not afraid to take chances and that fearlessness translates directly in his music"

-Jerry Schaefer (Radio DJ for 94.3 The Shark (NY) and host of 'Graveyard Blues')

"Craig Adams delivers music that is full of soul and passion delivered with soulful vocals and skillful lyrics
-Junior Davis (Junior's Cave Magazine)

"Craig Adams' gut-driven vocal performance is the perfect contrast to his beautiful, soothing, melodies."

-Dan Brown (Good Times Magazine)