A while back I performed a bunch of songs on the “In the Shedd with Troy and Dave” radio show. They posted videos of these songs on their YouTube channel. Here’s one of them, “Livin’ Like This For Fun.”
Just added: We’ll be playing at O’Brien’s Pub in Temple, TX on Friday, November 4, 2016, opening for Jason Eady. Doors open at 8pm, show starts at 9pm.
- Artist: Towne Adams
- Date: Fri 11/04/16
- Time: 9:00pm
- Venue: O’Brien’s Pub
- City: Temple , TX
- Country: United States
- Notes: Opening for Jason Eady.
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Hey everybody! We just set up a new web site. We really hope you like it. Of course, you’ll still always be able to find us at the usual media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and others, but we wanted to give you one place to go to find out where and when we’re playing, what we’ve been up to in the studio, and anything else we have to share.
While you’re here, sign up in the form on the right side of the page. We’ll email you a link to download a free song, and we’ll also add you to our list so we can let you know when we have a show coming up.
Check out this great review of our show at the Combat Vet Rally, written by Sara Seven from On Stage Central Texas:
Towne Adams distinguished himself among acts playin the Combat Vet rally with their originals.Towne’s articulate,’real life’lyrics and the bands overall tight listenable sound elevate them to a plane that might be a bit above the herd. Towne Adams has been described as Central Texas’s answer to Bob Dylan-very high praise indeed-and difficult to live up to. Towne’s writing struck me as being most like some of the Dylan songs from 1970 to 1980,the crumbling marriage years,meetin, greatin and cheating songs. His vocals , though gruff and masculine,are fortunately, not so reminiscent of Dylan (in his much parodied later years)but are a bit like the younger Jakob dylan. Crowd reaction for Towne Adams was quite enthusiastic considering the band was playing outside their home turf. I appreciate good songwriting and want to foster this area’s original music. As such,I’d like to see these guys do well and establish an even bigger following in the coming years. I believe they will.