An extremely talented singer/songwriter, Adam Mackintosh has shared the stage with many great musicians, including Jackson Browne, James Hall of The Pleasure Club, and Eric McFadden of Parliament Funkadelic. Formerly lead musician of the Portland, Oregon act Gruesome Galore, the Sturgeon Bay native will return to Steel Bridge SongFest for the fourth straight year this June.
His music has been compared to artists such as John Lennon, Radiohead, George Harrison and Harry Nillsson.
His latest CD, The Gracious Living of Adam Mackintosh took five years to write and eight days to record. Released by European and U.S. labels, it has been called a “monumental work of American songwriting and composition” by other musicians.
Mackintosh will be touring the Midwest with a line-up consisting of Pat Bohan, Andy Cismoski and Jake Nyberg. Locally, he will be accompanied by Rob Gay on drums – the two are calling themselves ‘Lectric Duo – and Anna Sacks will also be sitting in on various performances, singing originals and playing tambourine.
June 13 & 14 – Steel Bride SongFest 4
July 26 – Sonny’s Pizzeria
August 1 – Town Hall Bakery