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Adam Hawley Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Risin' Up
$16.13
Escape
$18.98
Double Vision
$15.99
Just The Beginning
$15.99
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Adam Hawley's tour

Fan Reviews

Monica
March 6th 2024
This show was unbelievable! Adam and the entire band had us groovin all night. Plus our treat was an amazing performance by his wife Kat Hawley-beautiful and talented!
Marietta, GA@
Perfect Note ATLANTA
March 5th 2024
Great high energy show, with excellent side musicians, only marred by the bad sound. His guest vocalists was muffled, the drums overwhelmed the room, and the keyboardist was inaudible.
Marietta, GA@
Perfect Note ATLANTA
patricia
March 3rd 2024
Wonderful!
Hoover, AL@
Perfect Note
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About Adam Hawley

Guitarist Adam Hawley is a gifted performer, sideman, and educator, known for his lithe, groove-oriented approach to contemporary jazz and R&B. After working steadily for over a decade with many marquee jazz and pop artists, Hawley launched his solo career with his breakthrough 2016 debut album, Just the Beginning, which featured three chart-topping smooth jazz singles including "35th Street," "Joy Ride," and "I Don't Mind." He followed that up with the #1 single "Can You Feel It" off of his 2nd project Double Vision. Along with performing, the guitarist has a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Southern California, and balances his time between playing live and teaching at places like Musician's Institute, Chaffey College, and Saddleback College.

A native of Portland, Oregon, Hawley started playing music at age eight, first taking piano lessons per his mother's request, and then adding guitar lessons a year later. As a teenager, he played in church, toured with a bluegrass ensemble, and led his own blues band. Also during high school, a friend made him a mixtape which included George Benson's 1976 hit song "Breezin'," and ignited his enduring love of contemporary jazz. In 2002, he relocated to Los Angeles where he attended the University of Southern California, eventually earning his Bachelor's, Master's, and doctorate degrees in music. Since graduating, he has played in a variety of live and studio settings with a bevy of pop, jazz, and R&B artists including Natalie Cole, Jennifer Lopez, Dave Koz, Brian Culbertson, Rick Braun, Gerald Albright, Manhattan Transfer, Peabo Bryson, Euge Groove, and many more.

Although he had originally planned to record a solo album in 2005, the abundance of live and session opportunities kept him busy. It also afforded him time to build a strong following, and in 2015 he signed with Kalimba Records. A year later, he released his full-length debut Just the Beginning, which featured guest appearances by Culberson, Albright, Groove, Eric Darius, and Michael Lington. The album performed well, producing three number one hits including "35th St.," which spent five weeks on top of the Billboard Smooth Jazz Chart. Hawley spent much of the next year touring in support of the album before joining Koz on tour in 2018. That same year, he returned with his sophomore album, Double Vision. Included on the album were contributions by Jeff Lorber, Darren Rahn, Marcus Anderson, Julian Vaughan, and others. Also included was a cover of Adele's "Hello."

Artist Biography by Matt Collar
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Genres:
Jazz, Smooth Jazz
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Adam Hawley merchamazonview store

Risin' Up
$16.13
Escape
$18.98
Double Vision
$15.99
Just The Beginning
$15.99
View All
Adam Hawley's tour

Fan Reviews

Monica
March 6th 2024
This show was unbelievable! Adam and the entire band had us groovin all night. Plus our treat was an amazing performance by his wife Kat Hawley-beautiful and talented!
Marietta, GA@
Perfect Note ATLANTA
March 5th 2024
Great high energy show, with excellent side musicians, only marred by the bad sound. His guest vocalists was muffled, the drums overwhelmed the room, and the keyboardist was inaudible.
Marietta, GA@
Perfect Note ATLANTA
patricia
March 3rd 2024
Wonderful!
Hoover, AL@
Perfect Note
View More Fan Reviews

About Adam Hawley

Guitarist Adam Hawley is a gifted performer, sideman, and educator, known for his lithe, groove-oriented approach to contemporary jazz and R&B. After working steadily for over a decade with many marquee jazz and pop artists, Hawley launched his solo career with his breakthrough 2016 debut album, Just the Beginning, which featured three chart-topping smooth jazz singles including "35th Street," "Joy Ride," and "I Don't Mind." He followed that up with the #1 single "Can You Feel It" off of his 2nd project Double Vision. Along with performing, the guitarist has a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Southern California, and balances his time between playing live and teaching at places like Musician's Institute, Chaffey College, and Saddleback College.

A native of Portland, Oregon, Hawley started playing music at age eight, first taking piano lessons per his mother's request, and then adding guitar lessons a year later. As a teenager, he played in church, toured with a bluegrass ensemble, and led his own blues band. Also during high school, a friend made him a mixtape which included George Benson's 1976 hit song "Breezin'," and ignited his enduring love of contemporary jazz. In 2002, he relocated to Los Angeles where he attended the University of Southern California, eventually earning his Bachelor's, Master's, and doctorate degrees in music. Since graduating, he has played in a variety of live and studio settings with a bevy of pop, jazz, and R&B artists including Natalie Cole, Jennifer Lopez, Dave Koz, Brian Culbertson, Rick Braun, Gerald Albright, Manhattan Transfer, Peabo Bryson, Euge Groove, and many more.

Although he had originally planned to record a solo album in 2005, the abundance of live and session opportunities kept him busy. It also afforded him time to build a strong following, and in 2015 he signed with Kalimba Records. A year later, he released his full-length debut Just the Beginning, which featured guest appearances by Culberson, Albright, Groove, Eric Darius, and Michael Lington. The album performed well, producing three number one hits including "35th St.," which spent five weeks on top of the Billboard Smooth Jazz Chart. Hawley spent much of the next year touring in support of the album before joining Koz on tour in 2018. That same year, he returned with his sophomore album, Double Vision. Included on the album were contributions by Jeff Lorber, Darren Rahn, Marcus Anderson, Julian Vaughan, and others. Also included was a cover of Adele's "Hello."

Artist Biography by Matt Collar
Show More
Genres:
Jazz, Smooth Jazz
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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