Peter Bradley Adams is “a songwriter’s songwriter,” according to Connect Savannah.
After discovering The Beatles at age five, Adams knew he would be a musician. The Alabama-native spent his childhood mastering different instruments and felt most comfortable hiding in the background. That was until he started Eastmountainsouth, a pioneering effort in the realm of folktronica. After the duo disbanded in 2006, Adams pursued a solo career built on his unique brand of Americana.
Adams is a storyteller first, sharing tales of love and loss, homes and hearts. His songwriting walks the line of fact and fantasy, and when it comes to drawing inspiration directly from an experience or relationship, he tends to be very careful. In doing so, he strikes the perfect balance of setting scenes but leaving room for the listener to make the stories their own. This unique capability comes after years of collaboration with artists who most align with his writing style, including Peace Center favorite Kim Richey.
These days, you will find him putting his classical composition studies to work on a piece for the violin or piano or promoting his most recent album release, A Face Like Mine.