By the time he was sixteen years old Adam Moss had already begun gigging regularly in and around his home town in Suffolk, despite only playing his first proper gig less than two years earlier.
Early influences include his elder brother James - who plays bass in a pro band, and others such as Paolo Nutini, Newton Faulkner and Jack Johnson. Notably, seeing Newton Faulkner live in concert is what inspired Adam to become a performing musician.
Late one night, Adam was listening to BBC Radio and heard that Producer John Verity was interested in hearing from young singer songwriters looking to further their careers. So, he contacted the presenter, Sue Marchant and an appearance on her show resulted in a deal with VaVoom Records.
Adams debut album 'Hold On' comprised of ten tracks which were written, composed and performed by Adam. It was recorded and mixed at 101 Recorders in Cardington and was produced by John Verity.
With his second album release at only 17, Adam is proving to be a prolific young talent.
The first album featured Adam in acoustic mood and most tracks were simply acoustic guitar and vocal. With this new release 'Get a Grip Kid', Adam has again composed all the songs, but this time the production values are different - much more sophisticated, yet retaining the innocence of his approach combined with the maturity of his lyrics.
Producer John Verity has provided the extra instrumentation to complete an album guaranteed to make its way into your playlist...
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