Northern Irish man Adam Baker has been writing songs and sharing them from his teenage years. He recorded his first professional album with the former guitarist of Wet Wet Wet (Graeme Duffin) at The Foundry Music Lab in 2009 with the album Your Eyes. He later recorded Beyond the Sun with Jamie Duffin in 2011.
Adam's experience of performing spans from large crowds and major events such as the London 2012 Olympic Park's Emerging Icons Stage and Somerset's New Wine Festival to small pubs,clubs, churches and other music venues.
Adam lived in France for a year where he appeared on National Radio (Cherie FM), and gigged regularly in Rhone Alpes. He was invited to play in a number of Music Festivals such as Le Pamperina in Thiers and Les Gets' Lounge Music Festival.
Adam's music and passion for justice has taken him to The Street Child World Cup in Rio (March 2014). Adam Baker was part of The Street Child World Cup. Adam led music sessions, recording and songwriting sessions with street children from all around the world. Adam also took part in the conference at The Street Child World Cup.
Adam has had a number of his songs feature on TV shows such as Hollyoaks, as well as his song Carry You which was chosen to be on Emerging Icons' In The Park Album for artists who played at the London 2012 Olympic Park Emerging Icons Stage. Adam Baker's songs have received airplay on various BBC Radio Stations, Celtic Music Radio, UCB UK, Cross Rhythms, Student Radio Stations across the UK as well as international radio stations too.
Adam Baker is passionate about music. He loves music and loves to share his songs. Music is not the only Adam cares about. Adam has a concern for the poor and the vulnerable. As a Christian Adam believes that God cares deeply about Street Children and so Adam is living that out. Many of Adam's songs reflect his social awareness and desire to make an impact in the world.
In November 2013 Adam and his wife Sarah moved to Senegal to work with Street Children. They worked with street connected children for 18 months in Dakar.
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