Adam Falcon

Adam Falcon

Born in 1954 in the Bronx, New York

Adam is a singer-songwriter and guitarist whose music ranges from R&B to folk.

At age 17 he wrote an instrumental piece, “In Search of a Dream“, for the legendary guitarist George Benson, which became part of Benson‘s Grammy-nominated album “In Your Eyes.“  Later, he wrote a second composition for Benson titled "True Blue" from the Grammy-nominated album "That's Right."

While working for Roberta Flack, Marcus Miller, Steve Jordan, Omar Hakim, Jonathan Butler, Robert Palmer, Phyllis Hyman, Nona Hendryx, he'd perform on all the major stages and festivals opening shows for Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Whitney Houston, Peter Gabriel.

From recording an album for The Village People to playing with singer/guitarist Jonathan Butler on The Tonight Show, it’s been one big musical journey which still continues today.