"...Tom writes superb, addictive, contemporary, jazz inflected prog-folk-rock. He's a Joy to work with, and an extraordinary musician."

- Stephen Duffy, presenter of the Jazz House, BBC Radio Scotland's Sony Nominated jazz programm.

For those of you who missed Tom's interview on the 15th Aug with Ralph Macgillivray, promoting his new album on Midlothian radio station Crystal 107.4FM ( it will be on the website soon for you to listen to. Tom's interview with Graeme Scott for K107FM is also due to air very soon.


Welcome to the official website of the London based Music Producer.

Whether it's on stage duetting with John Barrowman... supporting Sister Sledge in London... or simply teaching James Corden how to dance a Gay Gordons... Tom Adamson is a multi award-winning, energetic performer not to be missed.

With high profile award winning TV performances for the likes of The Crown on Netflix (Golden Globe), E4's Made in Chelsea (BAFTA), US-Style, ITV and even royal performances for HRH Prince Michael of Kent, Adamson is making a name for himself not just in London, but throughout the UK.

Along with James Corden he has taught celebrities Ant & Dec, Jonathan Wilkes, Edith Bowman, Tom Smith (Editors) and the cast of Made in Chelsea how to dance Scottish Ceilidh.

Adamson's second album 'Medium Eyes, Blue Build' is out now, recorded on his own London based label. It features Emily Dankworth (Grandaughter of Sir Johnny Dankworth & Dame Cleo Laine), Konrad Wiszniewski (Scottish Jazz Award for Best Instrumentalist 2017) and Chantelle Nandi; He is also currently producing and recording Dankworth's own album at his Midtown Music Studios. A few tracks can be heard from this new album on the Audio Page.

Adamson can be heard singing lead vocals on the new play-along tracks for the Trinity Rock Grades new syllabus.

Music Producer and CEO at Midtown Music UK, Adamson also works as a Drummer, Vocalist, Sound Engineer and Ceilidh Caller.


2017 Tour Dates:

13th Oct - Froyal Park

7th Oct - Savile Club, London

23rd Sept - Mobberley

16th Sept - Bampton

9th Sept - Kent

2nd Sept - Alyesbury

26th Aug - Alton

24th Aug - Daventry

19th Aug - Northampton

15th Aug - Radio Cystal FM interview @ 4pm

12th Aug - St Andrews

8th Aug - Newark

5th Aug - Edenbridge

4th Aug - Burford

29th July - Myres Castle, Falkland, Fife

28th July - Glasgow

27th July - (MEBB Album Launch) Ghillie Dhu, Edinburgh:

22nd July - Kent

21st July - Beaulieu

15th July - Romsey

14th July - Stamford

8th July - Kent

4th July - Graeme Scott interview for K107FM - broadcast date tbc

1st July - Surry

24th June - Cheam

17th June - Marlow

13th June - Pont Street, London

10th June - Wanborough

3rd June - Hoxton, London

27th May - Oxford

20th May - Littlebourne, Kent

13th May - Gravesend

6th May - Whitley

30th April - New Forest

22nd April - Isleworth

1st April - Farnham

25th March - Guildford

18th March - Effingham

11th March - Greenwich

4th March - Caledonian Club, London

25th Feb - The Counting House, Bank, London

24th Feb - Kingston

4th Feb - Salisbury

28th Jan - Beaconsfield

27th Jan - Blagdon

25th Jan - Knightsbridge, London

24th Jan - Regents Park

21st Jan - Epsom

14th Jan - Guildford

7th Jan - Reigate