Adam is a songwriter (not singer/songwriter) who writes songs for others to record & perform and for use in film / TV. Adam generally focuses on lyric writing and often collaborates with others in songwriting. He works with a dynamic range of singers and producers. His projects encompass different genres including alt pop and singer-songwriter.

Adam is heavily involved in the independent music scene in his home town of Melbourne, Australia. He has been interviewed and received airplay on a number of radio stations. He is a member of various local and international bodies, including APRA. Adam serves on the Organising Committee of the Darebin Music Feast, which is a month-long festival that has been running and growing successfully for 10 years.

Adam Stone

Adam is a songwriter who writes songs for others to record & perform. Adam generally focuses on lyric writing and often collaborates with others in songwriting. He works with a dynamic range of singers and producers. His projects encompass different genres including Pop, Rock and Singer-Songwriter.

Having joined Broadjam and TAXI in 2005, Adam has enjoyed success in various Top 10 charts and resultant downloads on Broadjam for his songs ‘Have You Ever’ and ‘Mixed Up Muddled Up Guy’.

Adam is heavily involved in the independent music scene in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia. He has been interviewed and received airplay on a number of radio stations. He is a member of various local and international bodies, including APRA. Amongst others, he is a member of the Tamworth Songwriters Association and his song ‘Have You Ever’ was a semi-finalist in the Professional category of their international songwriting competition in 2005.

Adam serves on the Organising Committee of the Darebin Music Feast, which is a month-long festival that has been running and growing successfully for 10 years. The municipality in which he lives has the highest ratio of members of a collection association in Australia. Melbourne itself has a vibrant music scene and it is said that after New York, Melbourne has the highest number of live music venues per capita in the world.

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