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Adam Whipple blends an eclectic, highly literate brand of folk rock with a more traditional Appalachian sound. His music has been described as equal parts Rich Mullins and Garrison Keillor and compared to Andrew Peterson, Paul Simon, and Counting Crows.

Having played all over the US and internationally before crowds large and small, Adam still deeply enjoys the familial ethos of house shows, bringing song and poetry to families and their friends in a living room or backyard setting.

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