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Adam Green (born May 28, 1981 in Bedford, New York City) is an American singer-songwriter originally with the group The Moldy Peaches, though he is now best known for the solo career he began in 2002. Green attended Emerson College for one semester in 1998 before leaving to concentrate on his music.
Often compared to Ben Folds, Leonard Cohen, Ben Kweller, and Jonathan Richman, Green's off-kilter anti folk style has achieved a moderate college radio following in the United States and enjoys increasing popularity in different European countries, particularly Germany.
Adam Green has released the albums Garfield and Friends of Mine on Sanctuary Records. Among his most famous songs are "Jessica", about singer Jessica Simpson, "Novotel", "Friends of Mine", "Dance with Me", "Carolina" and "Emily", which were released as single CDs/7". In Britain, his cover of The Libertines track "What a Waster" is more well known.
Adam's brother Joel, an astronomer, has appeared as an accompanying musician on several tracks.
Soon after the release of Jacket Full of Danger Green announced that he is working on a new album due in early 2008. Prior to Jacket Full of Danger in 2006, all of Green's albums had been released on the 22nd of the month.
| Garfield |
(October 22, 2002)
| Friends of Mine |
(July 22, 2003)
| Gemstones |
(February 22, 2005)