New Meetup: Live Acoustic Solo: Jason Adamo (hosts open mic)

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Sent on: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 11:38 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Triangle Live Music Meetup Group!

What: Live Acoustic Solo: Jason Adamo (hosts open mic)

When: April 14,[masked]:30 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: Jason Adamo

If you've never heard Jason Adamo live, you have yet to hear the true breadth of the Triangle's musical offerings. Here is what others have said about him:

Blessed with a soulful voice and tremendous writing ability, Jason Adamo has crafted his music into an uplifting, fresh, and nostalgic offering to those that came before him. Currently residing in Cary, North Carolina, Jason has played shows all over the U.S. sharing the bill with various well respected artists, many of whom are listed below. As stated in his lyrics ?Let the light shine on in,? Jason?s music is sure to illuminate the soul with love, passion, and rock ?n? roll.

Gig List

In recent years, Jason Adamo has played shows all over the United States with many noted musicians-among them are:

Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, Martin Sexton, Damien Marley, Rogue Wave, The Allman Brothers Band, Corey Smith, Carbon Leaf, Nickelback, Puddle of Mudd, Finger Eleven, Brent Jordan, Tyrone Wells, Ernie Halter, Hobex, The Presidents of the United States, Better Than Ezra, Hootie and the Blowfish, Bryan Adams, Def Leppard, Buddy Guy, Brandi Carlile, Johnny Lang, Arc Angels, Monte Montgomery, Kenny Wayne Shepperd, Dishwalla, Will Hoge, Brian VanderArk, Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, Caitlin Cary and Thad Cockrell.

Press Quotes

"The power Adamo is able to maintain at the top end coupled with his raspy falsetto and knack for writing and passionately delivering his simple yet soulful lyrics make him an artist with the potential to be somewhere between Josh Kelley and Marc Broussard." - Marion McMillan (The Cultural Intellect)

"Jason has the makings of a national level recording artist" - Grammy nominated producer John Custer

"It?s good to hear a kid that can sing. In the endlessly expanding myspace universe of post-yourself-playing-your-older-brother?s-guitar/hear-me-sing-like-Mariah-Carey, it is good when a young artist makes you loosen the grimace on your face and say, ?Hey, there really are some people out there with authentic talent.? Thank you for that, Jason Adamo. Clearly his strongest asset, Adamo?s voice is what strikes you first. When he sings, there is a tenacity and depth in his voice that forces you to pay attention; it pulls you into the room with him and makes you want to sit and listen. It is soulful yet authentic. There is no pretense or attempts to sound like anyone else. Yes his voice reminds you of Otis Redding; yes you hear the influence of Joe Cocker; yes you can picture him singing with Ben Harper; but, to be sure, there is no pretending happening here. You hear him sing and you know?ahhhh, that is Jason Adamo. You like it and you want to hear more of it." - Andrew Jed (TuneJar.com)

"Adamo has a wide range, and he's expressive, gliding between notes, lacing his warm tenor around the words gracefully." - Bryan Reed (Independent Weekly)

"If none of you have ever seen Jason perform, go check him out.You're in for a treat.When he sings and plays, the dude means it.The music comes straight from his heart and soul. And that's what real music is all about." - Brent "Hog" Barham of The Okra Pickers

Come hang out tonight at the Blue Martini. See you there. -JC

www.jonathancolgan.com

Learn more here:
http://www.meetup.com/Triangle-Area-Live-Music-Meetup-Group/calendar/10182762/

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