Terrapin Tuesdays: November 21st @ The Foundry

*Due to unforeseen circumstances, the venue will need to be closed for this night. This show will be rescheduled for later in December or early January.

Lookin’ forward to the next Athens show! Love playin The Foundry and the fine folks there. Join us for Terrapin Tuesdays with an excellent cast of Wild Fires: Steve Abercrombie (bass), Bret Hartley (electric guitar), John Neff (pedal steel), and Carlton Owens, our friend of Cracker fame, on drums.

Tues. Nov. 21stThe Foundry (Athens, GA)
Doors at 6pm, music at 7.

Tickets here.

Eddie’s Attic w/ Caleb Caudle

Playin Eddie’s Attic in Duluth, GA, *tomorrow* night, opening for my friend and excellent singer/songwriter Caleb Caudle! Doors at 6:15pm, we play at 7. Tickets here.

And thanks to Atlanta Auditory Association for the cool show poster and naming me “a favorite singer/songwriter in the South”.

October shows

Playin’ a few Georgia shows this month:
Sat. Oct. 14thOakhurst Porchfest– Decatur, GA (12pm)
Duo show w/ Adam Poulin on fiddle @ 1416 Oakview Road

Sat. Oct. 21stFront Porch Book Store– Winterville, GA (6pm)
Adam Klein & The Wild Fires band show w/ Steve Abercrombie (bass), Robert Bret Hartley (electric guitar), John Neff (pedal steel), and Carlton Owens (drums)

And newly added:
Thurs Oct. 26thEddie’s Attic– Decatur, GA (7pm)
Duo show w/ Adam Poulin on fiddle opening for Caleb Caudle
Tickets here.

Athens Residency

Psyched to play 3 totally different shows in Athens next few weeks. Come say hey.

SAT. AUG. 19thHendershot’s Coffee– 8pm
Adam Klein & The Wild Fires w/ LeeAnn Peppers

FRI. AUG. 26thHendershot’s Coffee– 8pm
Lassine Kouyate w/ Broken String Band + String Theory.

WED. SEPT. 6thFlicker– 9pm
Duo w/ Adam Poulin on fiddle + Nathan Evans Fox

African Sky Podcast Ep. 1

My first podcast effort is now live! LISTEN to it HERE! Enjoy my conversation with African Sky co-Founder and Executive Director, Scott Lacy, about his Peace Corps experience in Mali, philosophy of sustainable development, his Fulbright work in the ag sector, and more.

Check out the new African Sky website, too.

Thanks to the AS Family, Ben Holst (engineer), Seth Samuel (editor), and to you, for listening! If you like it, please share via social media. And.. it’s on iTunes here!