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Walker Adams

Walker Adams is an NYC-based drummer known for his creative, energetic playing. Adams fuses traditional rock, jazz, and funk with modern electronic and hip hop grooves to produce rich, complex, danceable beats. He writes and performs original music, tours with Miggs, and plays with The Ludlow Thieves and Fairytales for the Fatherless. Past gigs include St. Vincent and bassist Percy Jones from Brand X and Brian Eno. Born and raised in rural Vermont, Walker’s early influences were the sounds of nature and his parents' vinyl collection. He moved to a suburb of NYC at age twelve and played in his high school jazz band and with local rock bands



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