Photo © Royce McCornack

Traveling 70,000 miles a year, 21st-century troubadour Adam Miller performs over 200 concerts annually. He has entertained audiences at more than 2,000 American public libraries in 48 states. Over 1.5 million American K-12 students have attended his school assembly programs. He’s played at venues you can only reach by boat, aircraft, or snowmobile, and concert halls from the Everglades to the Arctic Circle.

“Adam’s presentation is even more accessible than most good folk music. It will charm even the most die-hard of iPod loving kids or reluctant significant-others.”

~ Eugenie Amalfitano, Melbourne Beach Community Center, Melbourne Beach, Florida

“Wonderful storytelling!”

~ Pete Seeger, Folksinger

The Orphan Train

“Adam is a National Treasure! He is preserving the venerable tradition of American folk music and sharing it with people across the country, in the spirit of Pete Seeger.”

~ Alder Creek

“He skillfully interweaves songs and the stories behind them, fascinating children and enchanting adults.”

~ Bob Jones, Library Director, Milton-Freewater Public Library, Oregon