"Quiet, contemplative, and utterly compelling"
Peter Bradley Adams began his musical journey in Birmingham, Alabama, at age five, when he discovered the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper" album in his father's record collection. After wearing the record out on his aqua green playschool record player, Peter went on to create his own house music, setting up plastic trash cans and using pencils as drumsticks. Eventually his grandfather purchased real drum sticks to replace the pencils and a true musician was born. Peter Bradley Adams' brand of Americana songwriting nestles his often delicate, always heartfelt voice in the warm embrace of gentle guitar, tasteful dobro, subtle banjo, supportive bass, and unhurried percussion. The result is a sonic scape that, in turn, wraps itself around the listener like a soft blanket on a cold day.