ROY ADAMS

Place of Birth:
Birmingham, England

Educated at:
Bristnall Hall Comprehensive

First Musical Memory:
Doris Day the Deadwood stage

First Serious Music Hero:
Mitch Mitchell

First Public Performance:
When I was 17 playing in the social club. I think the song was Crossroads by Cream.

First Professional Band:
Patsy Powell and The Goodtimers, a Country band.

First Album Performance and Age:
Rainmaker in 1978

Favourite Decade for Music:
The one we are in. So much great music around plus a brand new Climax Blues Band album.

Place of Birth:
Birmingham, England

Educated at:
Bristnall Hall Comprehensive

First Musical Memory:
Doris Day the Deadwood stage

First Serious Music Hero:
Mitch Mitchell

First Public Performance:
When I was 17 playing in the social club. I think the song was Crossroads by Cream.

First Professional Band:
Patsy Powell and The Goodtimers, a Country band.

First Album Performance and Age:
Rainmaker in 1978

Favourite Decade for Music:
The one we are in. So much great music around plus a brand new Climax Blues Band album.

INTERVIEW WITH ROY ADAMS

Thanks to Jim Simpson of Henry's BluesHouse

Climax Blues Band drummer Roy Adams opens up to Jim Simpson of Blues Talkin' at Henry's BluesHouse at the Bulls Head, Birmingham about his career to date, from playing at his work's social club to touring the world with Ruby Turner and Roy Wood, plus the unforgettable experience of backing Chuck Berry in Barcelona. Every Tuesday night at The Bull's Head on Bishopsgate Street in Birmingham's Westside, you can catch live blues from 8pm onwards, with a pre-show talk at 7pm. Head to Henrys Blueshouse for more info on upcoming bands and other fun happenings at Brum's number one blues club.