Adam Sieff

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Adam Sieff is Operations Manager at Gearbox Records, an audiophile vinyl record company with its own vinyl cutting facility at Tileyard Studios in King's Cross, London. He is a Music Consultant and was formerly Dune Music Communications Director, Sony Music Director of Jazz UK & Europe,[1] Sellaband Director of Global A&R and Head of UK Operations, a Music Producer, Session Guitar Player, Songwriter, Tower Records Jazz Manager, Muscle Shoals Music Association Associate Board Member and Jazz FM Non-Executive Director.

Sieff has worked with many bands and artists including Wasted Youth, The Bad Plus, Herbie Hancock, Alexis Korner, Hugh Masekela, Big Country, Angelique Kidjo, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Denys Baptiste, Jazz Jamaica, Albert Collins, Keb' Mo', Spitting Image, Edoardo Bennato, Matumbi, Peter White and Clare Teal.

Winner of the 2011 Music Producers Guild Unsung Hero Award.


  1. ^ Masson, Gordon (9 June 2001). "Europe gears up for all that 'jazz'". Billboard. p. 38. Retrieved 14 December 2010.