Steven James Adams

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Steven James Adams
Background information
Birth name Steven James Adams
Origin Cambridge, England
Genres Indie rock, Rock music
Years active 2014-present[1]
Labels The state51 Conspiracy
Associated acts Broken Family Band
Singing Adams

Steven James Adams is a British musician who co-founded Broken Family Band and Singing Adams.[2] In 2014 he released House Music (album), his first solo album.

Adams has also written for The Guardian,[3] and The Times newspapers, as well as for The Stool Pigeon music paper.

He was commissioned by The Today Programme in 2006 to write a song commemorating the show broadcasting from Glastonbury Festival and then again in 2008 for a Christmas song. In the the same year was commissioned to write a song for BBC Radio 3's The Verb.[4].


Steven James Adams

as Singing Adams

  • Everybody Friends Now (4 April 2011), Records Records Records
  • Moves (10 December 2012), Records Records Records

in Broken Family Band

  • Please and Thank You (April 2009), Cooking Vinyl
  • Hello Love (July 2007), Track & Field
  • Balls (February 2006), Track & Field
  • Welcome Home, Loser (February 2005), Track & Field
  • Cold Water Songs (June 2003), Snowstorm Records


  1. "Steven James Adams". Steven James Adams. 2014-07-30. Retrieved 2014-08-26. 
  2. Adams, Steven. "About". Steven James Adams. Steven James Adams. Retrieved 5 September 2014. 
  3. "Don't give up the day job | Music". The Guardian. Retrieved 2014-08-26. 
  4. "BBC Radio 3 - The Verb, 08/02/2008". 2008-02-08. Retrieved 2014-08-26. 

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