UPDATE – Brandon Lee Adams livestream concert coming August 29

UPDATE 8/14 – Owing to technical difficulties during the July 25 live stream, Brandon Lee Adams and beyerdynamic are teaming up again on August 29 to demonstrate Adams’ fine singing, playing, and songwriting, plus the effectiveness of the beyerdynamics microphones for live recording.

The show will be streamed live on Facebook at 8:00 p.m. (EDT) on August 29, and right here at Bluegrass Today.

Bluegrass Today is delighted to announce a live stream concert this Saturday with bluegrass guitarist and vocalist, Brandon Lee Adams, in cooperation with beyerdynamic microphones.

Brandon is a long time friend of ours, and one of the most skilled and technically proficient guitarists in the bluegrass style. He knows and has played with almost everyone in the business, and had been planning a return to the music world after some time away when the virus shutdown hit. A full year’s worth of shows have evaporated, worth another year’s work to set up.

Though he has developed his own take on the style, Adams is very much within the Tony Rice school of guitar, in both his rhythm and lead playing. He favors the sorts of songs that Tony did, and covers much of that repertoire, often alongside Wyatt Rice.

I often jokingly refer to Adams as the only Tony Rice-approved Rice-style guitarist. He is a great friend to Tony and his whole family, and has the master’s blessing in sharing his music.

His concert on July 25 August 29 will be hosted on our Facebook page at 8:00 p.m. (EDT), and on the beyerdynamic page as well. Brandon has some new music to share of his own, and some favorites from his prior recordings. It’s offered free of charge, and is sure to be a strong show.

Here’s a look at his last single release, Time That I Was Leaving, from 2019.

We will also host the concert here on the main Bluegrass Today site on Saturday evening. Be sure to tune in!

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John Lawless

John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.