Arthur K. Adams
Arthur K. Adams
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Arthur Adams (born December 25, 1943) is an American blues musician from Medon, Tennessee. He and his cousins started the Gospel Travelers while still in high school.

On his way from Tennessee to California, Arthur recorded "Willin' To Die" and "If It Ain't One Thing" in Houston, which Jamie released in 1962.

Once in California, he had a long and prolific career, including song writing, non-stop session musician, and artist for numerous labels including Kent, Blue Thumb, Fantasy and A&M, with his largest hit, "You Got the Floor" recorded for RCA in 1981.

A songwriter, with a blues style incorporating a variety of genres, and a vocalist with a funky, soul-driven sound, Adams is known for his collaboration with many of blues' and rock elite, like Lightnin Hopkins, Chuck Berry, Elmore James, and Buddy Guy.  

 

 

 

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Blues
Blues