HAVE YOU SEEN ADAM PAGE?
By now Adelaideans have no excuse. In fact, so many of us want to that his sold-out Solo Fringe shows at La Boheme had to be moved downstairs to accommodate more people. People of all ages, of all subcultures, and of all nationalities – an American musician touring for the Fringe waited out the front of La Boheme for hours in vain to get a ticket – want to see Adam Page, because the guy is so damn entertaining.
And the people were not disappointed. Using loop pedals and instruments ranging from log drums to saxophone, from to bass ukulele to an old suitcase organ, even his beard, Page showcased his incredible musical talent and inventiveness constructing songs that were as varied as his musical tools. He opened with a grooving jazz tune; mashed together Cats the Musical, Bluegrass and Metal; and ended with a beautiful solo clarinet version of Radiohead’s High and Dry. Plus, he’s just a super-cool guy. He’s funny, he down to earth, he’s energetic and he constantly interacts with the audience. Adelaide is lucky to have such a well-rounded, professional and entertaining performer.
Kryztoff Rating 4.5K
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