Sister Hazel,Shawn Mullins,Counting Crows,
Van Morrison,Robert Earl Keen,Counting Crows,Lyle Lovett
Singer-songwriter Adam Dorfman performs his songs with rich, warm vocals, intricate acoustic sounds and elements of diversity and heart lacking in much of today’s music. Take one part folk music, add one part acoustic rock and a dash of country, and you’ve got the sound that has gained Adam a faithful following of listeners of all ages.
At the age of 15, Adam became one of the youngest artists ever to play the renowned Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA. Six years later, he still plays to audiences at Eddie’s and all across the United States.
His collaborative projects include the names of some of the finest artists in the country, including Shawn Mullins, Francine Reed, Ellis Paul, Kristian Bush (of Billy Pilgrim) and Michelle Malone.
Adam has also shared the stage with such acts as Art Garfunkel, Anne Murray, Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Pierce Pettis, Ben Folds Five, Sister Hazel, and more.
Adam’s stage presence is warm, his lyrics intelligent and his guitar work richly complex. His shows are a blend of original songs and cover versions of well-known folk and rock songs. While listeners are drawn into the straightforward, intimate lyrics of his own work, Adam has proven himself capable of doing acoustic justice to just about any song that can be played on a guitar. It is not unusual for his audiences to sing along with him not only on well-known covers, but on his own songs as well.