Living off of music in the hills of NH, Adam McCauley brings a diverse variety of cover songs to any venue he performs for. Adam has attended workshops at Berklee College of Music, taken courses in music theory at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and has studied with former national act musicians. He performs monthly for about 30 different nursing home/community health locations, he has about 10 different bars he plays for, he hosts open mics, and he also hosts a sight location on Plum Island for the annual Plumfest Music and Arts Festival.
Adam covers songs from the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and current hits. Adam uses different approaches toward delivering music such as live-looping, using light foot percussion, and incorporating backing tracks. As an advocate of the “one-man-band” approach, Adam is able to offer a “premium service” to his audience with a wide selection of songs and a full sounding delivery method. Original folk songs are also part of his repertoire, however, Adam focuses on playing to his audience and he is interactive with them in a fun/playful manner to take requests.
As an ever expanding humble artist, Adam is constantly reaching out for new heights. He left his day job in May 2017 to pursue a full time career as an entertainer. From the moment he wakes up until he goes to sleep at night, Adam is immersed in his musical practice/performance and feels he never works a day in his life. As on who truly loves what he does, he strives to ensure the sincerity and heart in his music is always conveyed to his audiences. Adam is booking bars, restaurants, private parties, weddings, corporate events, community health centers, and nursing homes.