Adam Springob

Adam Springob (born June 24, 1985) is an American musician, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and producer. He is best known as the bassist for the Alt/Rock band The Kanes and former member of the rock band Karma, of which he was the bassist and a lead vocalist. Based out of NYC, Springob performs Rock shows with his full backing band including Keys, Harmony Vocalists, Bass, Drums and Guitar.

Springob has self-released two solo studio EP’s, A Lighter Shade Of Blue (2014) and Seconds (2015) and has announced that he is releasing a third studio album in late Fall 2015 titled, All Or Nothing.

Aside from his most recent projects, touring the US as bassist and a vocalist with Karma (2014-15), Springob is also known as a founding member of the blues/funk/soul band, Tempo (2014), and the bassist for the rock band, The Kanes (2009-present). Springob is also known for his associations with the members of The Larry Cooper Project and Scarlet Presence, including live shows and recordings. Prior to joining The Kanes in 2011, he was the bassist and a vocalist in the blues/experimental rock band called The Tan Bandanna Man Band (2008-10).

Springob spent his formative years in Port Angeles, WA playing Double Bass (since age 12) in orchestras, trios and small ensembles for six years of performances (including at New York's Carnegie Hall in April, 2001 with the PAHS Orchestra under Director Ron Jones). [+]
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