With over 15 years of performance experience, Adam has carved his own path presenting his multi award winning solo show to audiences around the world. As a solo artist and sideman, Adam has appeared at festivals such as WOMADelaide, Glastonbury, The Big Day Out, The Edinburgh Fringe, The New Zealand National Jazz Festival and The Adelaide Fringe (winning ‘Best Music by an Emerging Artist’ in 2007 and ‘Best Music’ in 2011). Adam’s composition credits include writing for the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, numerous collaborations with John Psathas (composer of the Athens Olympic Games ceremony music) and commissions for The Zephyr String Quartet.
Adam is the newly appointed coordinator of JazzSA – promoting and creating collaborations, concerts and new works in and around South Australia, tutors at the Elder Conservatorium of Music and is also the host of FixTV, an online TV show filmed in Wellington, New Zealand.
No, not that James Brown. Ha ha ha.
Guitar and production.
Jarrad graduated from The Elder Conservatorium with first class honours in jazz drumming in 2005, and since then has split his time between performing around Adelaide with the occasional international tour and engineering in the recording studio. He has been involved with dozens of recordings produced at the humble ‘Studio Concrète’ for the past six years and has recently become a founding member of the much more impressive ‘Wizard Tone Studios’. Recent musical endeavors include playing percussion at Glastonbury with the Shaolin Afronauts, recording and mixing Satan’s Cheerleaders’ second critically acclaimed LP, releasing instrumental hip hop duo voiceROM’s 21st EP, touring Australia with the musical ‘Mother, Wife and the Complicated Life’, composing for the Zephyr String Quartet and two European tours with Ronnie Taheny.