If You Like Your Jazz Real, Honest, Full of Joy & Pain, and Still Makes Your Foot Tap, Then You will Love Exciting Mix of Traditional and Modern Sounds this Guitarists Creates…
Jazz for the Common Man…
Jazz for the People!
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Own 4 Songs for FREE!
Check out what people are saying about Adam Smale!
PAT MARTINO – “An exciting new voice on the scene…take notice!”
JAZZ INSIDE MAGAZINE – “Adam Smale is a consummate guitar stylist that is bridging the gap between respecting the past and observing jazz and improvisational music’s present and future.”
AllAboutJazz.com – “(A)ble to express himself fully on his instrument …a superb guitar stylist…plays with confidence and awareness of jazz tradition …memorable compositions.”
SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE – “Adam Smale is sending guitarists to the woodshed.”
MIDWESTRECORD.COM – “Smale plays with…fire…It’s just hot stuff that isn’t afraid to vary things on a moments notice…sure to have sitting down jazz fans bouncing in their seats. Hot.”
JACK GOODSTEIN – “(S)even-string guitar dynamo…from first note to last.”
ACOUSTICMUSIC.COM – “…(T)he guy’s amazingly nimble-fingered… commands attention…that just-outside-of-jazz inflection…”
One of the key elements of jazz mastery is the ability of the artist to tell stories through music; an art that many feel has been lost. The remarkable guitarist Adam Smale indeed has stories to tell. To weave his fascinating stories, Adam brings two formidable components to the table – his personally designed 7-string guitars, and a virtuosic mastery honed by the influence of a diverse array of brilliant guitarists and musicians.
His first musical influences very early in life include Flatt & Scruggs, Chet Atkins, Albert Lee and Eddie Van Halen. Later discovering a goldmine of jazz guitar masters, including Pat Martino, Pat Metheny, Tal Farlow, Jim Hall, and John Scofield, and Kurt Rosenwinkel, along with Charlie Parker and Bill Evans, a new world of possibilities opened up for him. But it was the music of the legendary Lenny Breau that had the greatest impact, not only in the direction of his music, but in the physical means by which he would choose to express it.
For a limited time, Adam is giving away 4 FREE songs. And one song has never been released to the general public! Just enter your email address to the right of this site and you will immediately get access to these FREE songs!
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