Peter Bradley Adams returns to Natalie’s along with his special guest Lydia Luce.
Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Peter Bradley Adams was one half of the duo, Eastmountainsouth, signed by Robbie Robertson (The Band) to Dreamworks records in 2002. Adams has since released five solo records, as well as an EP for his duo project, Down Like Silver. His latest release, The Mighty Storm, was named by iTunes as one of the top ten best singer/songwriter albums of 2014.
Adams has toured extensively, opening for such artists as Lucinda Williams, Tracy Chapman, and Lyle Lovett. As a headliner, he has sold out rooms in Atlanta, New York, Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles. His songs have appeared in numerous films and television shows including “Something Borrowed”, Cameron Crowe’s “Elizabethtown”, “Everybody’s Fine”(starring Robert DeNiro), Alias, The Mentalist, One Tree Hill, Pretty Little Liars, The Fosters, Revenge, New York Med, So You Think You Can Dance, and many more.
Lydia Luce graduated from Berklee College of Music and has a Masters Degree from UCLA in viola performance. As an independent Americana singer/songwriter/violist she is leveraging those tools to enhance her songwriting on both viola and guitar. Her lyrically moving and professionally architected music derives deep roots from personal family, love and life experiences and she is beginning to make a mark in her new home of Los Angeles. Luce is currently touring to promote her first record “The Tides.”