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EPK Tom Adamson Band


Scottish Musician Tom Adamson is an energetic, multi-instrumental performer not to be missed. Often leading the band from behind his Drumkit.

Whether it's on stage duetting with John Barrowman... supporting Sister Sledge and Toploader in London... or simply teaching James Corden how to dance a Gay Gordons... Adamson is making a name for himself not just in London, but throughout the UK.

High profile performances include award winning TV like The Crown on Netflix (Golden Globe, Emmy), E4's Made in Chelsea (BAFTA), US-Style, ITV, and even performances for HRH Prince Michael of Kent.

Adamson's second album 'Medium Eyes, Blue Build' was launched to a packed out audience at at Edinburgh's Ghillie Dhu (watch here) and London's Zigrid Von Underbelly (watch here), with the 'Medium Eyes, Blue Build' UK tour including the Islington Assembly Hall in London suporting Toploader, Clackmannanshire, Bristol, Norwich and Birmingham.

Most recently, Adamson released his 3rd album

'Old View of the New World'

Feat. Konrad Wiszniewski (S), Jamie McCredie (G), Gareth Lockrane (F), and Rob Paterson (B).

It has been released to fantstic reviews, and featured on radio stations throughout the UK and USA. Download it now on iTunes, or stream on Spotify. It is also available as a HiRes Mastered 24bit version on Bandcamp, with free video download!

Click here to see all the latest videos fo in the studio and solo performances.

Touring for the album will start in Autumn 2023.


"Tom Adamson’s new project is sure to impress rock listeners and leave a lasting impression that will not be easily forgotten."

- RADAR ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

"[See the Light is] A fine slab of Jazz tinged Classic Rock"

- Jim Gellatly, Amazing Radio


"For all of the fans of Deep Purple, here is yet another album that will sit within your greats collection. When exploring albums these days, it is a given that any new piece of work will never be able to sit by the great bands from back in the day as the industry and work have changed so much. In this case, the new album ‘Old View of The New World’ is an exception."

- Best Music Online Blog ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

"[on] ‘Waiting For Life To Begin’ the band are as tight as a gnat’s chuff...But I would point you in the direction of ‘Sail On The Wind’ where fans of the guitar solo will be dampening their trousers and ‘Just Another Way To Make A Friend’ whose swamp-blues has McCredie’s howling guitar to the fore and an Alan Price-alike Hammond solo to savour."

- Alan Jones, Get Ready to Rock! ⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2

"Well hello Mr. Tom Adamson, where have you been hiding my darling? What a track!

...I am slightly in love, this is 'Old View of the New World'...

go and check him out on Spotify"

- JJ Kane FRSA, Radio Presenter

"It’s a safe bet that this is an album worth taking note of.

‘See the Light’, gives us the first glimpse of [Adamson's] vocals, which match the quality and tone of the music beautifully – giving the album some pace, it’s another track that is filled with prog-rock sensibilities that keep you hooked... [and] the album’s namesake, ‘Old View of the New World’, shows us just how good this album is."

- MyDadRocks Blog ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

"[The title track] ‘Old View of the New World, solidifies the album as a real gem."

- No1Music Blog ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

"Full of strong build ups, gritty vocals and catchy riffs that will stay in your head for days… Capturing an energy and passion for music in a prog-rock style that seems similar to some of the great bands from the past"

- Simply Videos Blog ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Adamson can also be heard singing lead vocals on the play-along tracks for the Trinity Rock Grades new syllabus, CLICK HERE to watch.


He has a regular residencies at Cecil Sharp House for the London Ceilidh Club (see dates here), and Mill Hill Jazz Club.


Q & A:

Favourite Band:

Deep Purple (Mk2 & 3)

First Gig:

John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, Supported by Peter Green & the Splinter Group

Next Ticket is to see:

Peter Gabriel

Current album in heavy rotation:

Impulse Voices by Plini

Top 20 live gigs (in no order):

Steely Dan, Omar Sosa, Rainbow, Chick Corea Trio,

Prince, Oscar Peterson, Fleetwood Mac, AC/DC, Tool,

Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band,

Tedeschi Trucks Band, King Crimson, Tom Petty, Toto,

The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Gary Burton, Joe Walsh,

The Mars Volta.

Would love to have seen live:

Thin Lizzy, Deep Purple (Mk2 & 3), Uriah Heep (with David Byron),

Stevie Ray Vaughan, Art Tatum, Thelonious Monk, Cozy Powell.






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Jumper £40
Bag £8
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Tour Dates

Highlighted in Blue = Public events

2024 Dates:

30th Nov - Dodford Manor, Northamptonshire (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

5th Oct - Gildings Barns, Dorking (PRIVATE FUNCTION)r

17th Aug - Henfield, West Sussex (PRIVATE FUNCTION)r

3rd Aug - Wiltshire (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

1st June - London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

11th May - Hatton Village Hall, Warwick (PRIVATE FUNCTION)


27th Jan - Moor Park Golf Club, Rickmansworth

2023 Dates:

31st Dec - Gloucestershire (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

9th Dec - London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

6th Dec - London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

2nd Dec - Walthamstow (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

25th Nov - Ceilidh Club, Cecil Sharp House, London [Tickets]

18th Nov - The Bedford Pub, Balham, London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

17th Nov - The Caledonian Club, London

3rd Nov - Tortworth, Wotton-under-Edge (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

28th Oct - Great Missenden (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

7th Oct - Wadhurst (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

6th Oct - Royal Thames Yacht Club, London

30th Sep - London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

23rd Sep - Ealing (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

15th Sep - Signature Brew, London

9th Sep - Wasing Park, Berkshire (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

2nd Sep - Suffolk (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

26th Aug - Hampton Court (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

19th Aug - Romsey (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

12th Aug - Dulwich (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

5th Aug - Pangbourne (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

4th Aug - Chipping Norton (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

29th Jul - Wanborough, Guildford (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

22nd Jul - Swanage (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

20th Jul - Bambury (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

15th Jul - WWT London Wetland Centre (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

14th Jul - Ceilidh Club, Cecil Sharp House, London [Tickets]

8th Jul - Regents Park, London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

6th Jul - Oxford (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

1st Jul - London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

24th Jun - The Barbican Centre, London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

17th Jun - London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

10th Jun - In & Out Club, London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

3rd Jun - Winchester (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

2nd Jun - Gloucester (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

27th May - Ascot (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

20th May - Welwyn (PRIVATE FUNCTION)


29th Apr - Thorpeness (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

22nd Apr - Ceilidh Club, 65 Queensgate, London //SOLD OUT//

15th Apr - London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

25th Mar - Leyton Orient Football Club (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

24th Mar - Ceilidh Club, Cecil Sharp House, London //SOLD OUT//

17th Mar - Windsor (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

11th Mar - Tunbridge Wells (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

10th Mar - Ceilidh Club, Cecil Sharp House, London //SOLD OUT//

25th Feb - Ceilidh Club, Cecil Sharp House, London //SOLD OUT//

22nd Feb - Mill Hill Jazz Club, London

4th Feb - London (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

3rd Feb - RAF Brize Norton (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

28th Jan - Moor Park Golf Club, Rickmansworth //SOLD OUT//

27th Jan - Ceilidh Club, Cecil Sharp House, London //SOLD OUT//

26th Jan - Swindon (PRIVATE FUNCTION)

25th Jan - Park Row, London //SOLD OUT//
21st Jan - Ceilidh Club, Cecil Sharp House, London //SOLD OUT//
20th Jan - Ceilidh Club, Cecil Sharp House, London //SOLD OUT//

19th Jan - The Caledonian Club, London



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