We’re offering intimate evening concerts and interviews with the performers, livestreamed directly on our Facebook page. Please read on! You can pay what you want (75% going End 68 Hours
We’re offering intimate evening concerts and interviews with the performers, livestreamed directly on our Facebook page. Please read on!
You can pay what you want (75% going End 68 Hours of Hunger, 25% going to the venue and production), purchase merchandise bundles, and/or make a donation to help ensure that we can continue connecting you with performances throughout the pandemic and beyond.
Adam’s been performing and releasing music since the late 1990s on every single format that exists. You can find all of his releases under the names Adam and the Flood, Adeem, Dorian Three and Glue on all streaming platforms. He’s never counted, but is pretty sure he’s played at least a 1000 shows. Music has defined his life in every phase. It carried him through tragedy and pushed him to be a better human. A late in life diagnosis of ADD explains why he switches genres on each new album. After spending the majority of his music career as Adeem and feeling the need for something fresh (see above mention of ADD) Adam changed his stage name to Adam and the Flood. It’s a fitting description of his creative drive. Adam and the Flood takes many shapes. It can be a 5 piece band or simply Adam and his laptop. As his mind often pulls him towards new sounds and new challenges he started producing his own music. That led to his most recent album “COPE”. A solo production effort that was made during the pandemic in solitude.
(Friday) 8:30 pm - 8:30 pm
48 Emerald Street