Singer-songwriter, Adam Zwig, is no newcomer to the music industry with 12 years under his belt, but his sound is still beautifully organic. His upcoming album, Adam Zwig: Live at the Wiltern, showcases the connection he makes with his music and his audience.
Zwig takes blues, adds dash of folk, and blends it together to make a raw and smooth sound. The album’s opener and lead single, a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues” sets the mood for the 11 song set. Each song is a bond he makes with his 2000 person audience and no song disappoints. From the more mellow, “When All The World Was In Love,” to the upbeat and rocking, “I Remember You,” the energy never falters.
Adam Zwig: Live at the Wiltern will be released later this fall and it’s definitely worth a listen or ten. If you would like to check out our interview with the man himself, you can read it here.
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