July 2014 update...

Hi guys, I hope that you are all well. I realise it’s been a while since my last update, so I thought it was about time I rectified that…

There’s been plenty going on here to keep me busy, with all my regular gigs in around the South West keeping me out of trouble, as well as an ever growing number of shows further afield, including most recently a slot last Friday as a featured artist at the AMA UK’s 2nd annual conference, held at the Maverick Festival in Suffolk. I couldn’t stick around for too many beers afterwards as there were more gigs to be done back here in Devon, but it was good to catch up with some friends and make a few new ones along the way.
There are a few more shows happening during July that are worth shouting about too…
On Wednesday 16th I’m in Bristol, this time to play a new venue for me, The Gallimaufry, on Gloucester Road. This will also be my first time sharing the bill with one of Bristol’s finest, Matt Woosey…not one to be missed for acoustic blues fans.
Saturday 19th I’m very excited to be returning to play at Upton Blues Festival. I made my first appearance here on the Acoustic Stage last year, and it was a real highlight for me…such a wonderful crowd! I’m delighted to have been asked back again, so be sure to come and find me back on the Acoustic Stage (Memorial Hall) at 9pm on the Saturday.
At the end of the month is another new venue for me as a solo act…the Grey Horse in Kingston. A couple of months ago when I was in London I ended up sitting in on guitar with Alan West, Steve Black and Dean Barnes at one of their gigs here, but now they’re having me back on my own. I’ll be here on Thursday 31st playing from 8-10pm.
As well as these I’ve still got my regular gigs here in Devon and Dorset, which this month includes The Dolphin in Blandford Forum (Wed 9th), The Angel in Exeter (Thur 17th), and my once a month Sunday afternoon residency at The Dolphin in Beer (Sun 20th).
For all the details head over to www.adamsweetmusic.com/shows, where you’ll find the full gig list as always.
Finally, just a reminder that if you haven’t got yourself a copy of my ‘Small Town Thinking’ album, you can order it, or download it, via the website at www.adamsweetmusic.com/music. The reviews have still been steadily rolling in over the last few months, and I must say every one of them has been a real treat to read. If you’d like to see what’s been said about it we’ve put a whole bunch of the reviews on the ‘press’ section of the website…but more importantly I hope that you guys have been enjoying it!
Thanks to all of you for your continued support, and I hope to see some of you out and about this month.


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