Adam Snyder is from Kingston, NY and currently lives nearby in Woodstock with his wife, artist Jennifer MaHarry, and their son and pets. He's at work on a new album, among other things.
Adam's last album, "This Town Will Get Its Due," was inspired by life in Kingston, which dates back to the 1600s. Songs from "This Town" have been featured on XM satellite, NPR, and over 100 other radio stations across the US and Europe.
Adam's first album was released in 2001. "Across The Pond" came out on David Gray's HTI label. Its debut single "Two Moons" was a BBC favorite and hit the top 40 in the UK.
Adam was a member of Mercury Rev from 1995 through 2000. He helped write and record 1998's "Deserter's Songs" which earned international recognition and two gold records.
Other bands Adam has played or recorded with include: The Waterboys, New Order, Mark Mulcahy, Superflu, and The Red Cars. He's also played with numerous other recording artists with producer Malcolm Burn, and is currently in a new band, Elephant Rex.
Over the course of his career, Adam has performed in 100s of cities and 30 countries. Adam has written for magazines including Interview and Mojo. Currently he writes for HV1, Upstate Diary, and his novel "Kingston 76" is being published on Substack.