Twang that'll bust you open
Singer-songwriter Ellen Adams works in folk and country traditions, with songs exploring longing, queerness, and the lies we tell ourselves and others in love. Drawing on the influences of Gillian Welch, Angel Olsen, old time, plus some Motown, she brings a little bit of twang and a whole lot of heart to the stage. She's performed in folk festivals and major cities on both sides of North America. Currently, she's artist-in-residence at University of Lethbridge's Gushul Studio, where she's recording her next album.
Art type: Live Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Home base: Crowsnest Pass, Alberta
Appeals most (but not limited) to: 20s and up, folk/country/old time fans