Biography
Born on Long Island, NY, Nick Adamo spent most of his childhood developing an interest in art, music, fashion, and counter culture via his love of skateboarding. He moved to San Marcos, TX to join the Texas State Bobcat Football Team and would strum on his acoustic guitar between practice and class. While attending, he met fellow student Brady Beal (the lead guitarist with Parker McCollum) who pushed him to make his debut open mic performance at the historic Cheatham Street Warehouse where icon George Strait has also launched his career.
Soon after, he was hitting open mics in Austin, TX where he eventually met frequent collaborator and fellow songwriter Dylan Hill of the band Mamalarky. In 2018, he co-founded a Grateful Dead tribute band, “Mostly Dead” as singer/guitarist and has garnered social media support from the legendary band members themselves. Now stepping into his own as a laid-back Indie Pop songwriter, Nick looks to further establish his guitar-driven sound and a promising career as a solo artist.