Hollywood, CA (PressExposure) November 18, 2009 -- When B.B. King told Arthur Adams "I love the spirit in your guitar playing," you knew that the bluesman was on his way.
With the release of Stomp on the Floor today on the respected blues based label Delta Groove Music, Arthur Adams has positioned himself perfectly to satisfy his current fan base and gain legions of new listeners. Adams says "I've done Stomp The Floor exactly the way I feel it. It's all me; not all traditional blues, not all R & B, not all jazz, but a little of all of it."
Although blues is the foundation of the new release the eclectic approach to the recording will allow it to crossover and bring a much broader based audience than one particular genre is capable of.
Arthur Adams was born on Christmas, 1940 in Medon, Tennessee. He made his debut in church at the age of six and he has been performing and recording for decades. His first album It's Private Tonight was released in 1972 and Stomp The Floor is his seventh solo release after enjoying the success of the critically acclaimed Soul of the Blues in 2004. It is anticipated the new offering will continue to garner the same approval and reverence.
"His vocalizing has a sweet, soulful quality ala Robert Cray or at times Bobby Bland. And his electric six string takes definite cues from his idol B.B. King."- All Music Guide
Tracks such as "Stomp The Floor", "Don't Let The Door Hit You" and "You Can't Win For Losing" are destined to become concert favorites and classics of the genre with the passing of time.