Adam Levy

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Adam Levy
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Guitarist Adam Levy
Background information
Born November 27, 1966
Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Jazz, blues, pop, soul, folk, country
Occupation(s) Musician, guitarist, singer-songwriter
Instruments Guitar, singing
Years active 1990–present
Labels Lost Wax Records
Associated acts And The Professors, Adam Levy & the Mint Imperials, Norah Jones, Amos Lee, Tracy Chapman

Adam Levy is an accomplished jazz guitarist/singer-songwriter and a writer/artist for Universal Music Publishing Group. Levy has recorded with Norah Jones[1] (with a six-year stint touring as a member of her Handsome Band), Tracy Chapman, Sex Mob, Shelley Segal and Amos Lee, and has released several solo albums as well. The Heart Collector is his latest studio album.

Levy is also a freelance journalist. His work has appeared in Acoustic Guitar, Guitar Player, and other publications.


  • With My Guitar and You (2001) - Adam Levy & George Wyle (Levy's grandfather)
  • Buttermilk Channel (14 August 2001)
  • Get Your Glow On (8 April 2003)
  • Loose Rhymes—Live on Ludlow Street (11 July 2006)
  • Washing Day (14 August 2007)
  • "Got My Joy" (single; 25 November 2010) - Adam Levy & The Mint Imperials
  • The Heart Collector (14 February 2011)
  • Live from Sun Studios (8 February 2012) - Adam Levy & The Mint Imperials
  • Little March (1 March 2013) - Shelley Segal & Adam Levy

Musical Instruction[edit]

  • "Jazz Guitar Sight-Reading", Alfred Music (October 1, 1997), paperback
  • "Adam Levy", Alfred Music (August 1, 2006), paperback
  • "Play the Right Stuff - Creating Great Guitar Parts", Alfred Music (August 29, 2006), DVD.
  • "50 Low Down Rhythms You Must Know", Truefire, March 19, 2013), (Win7, Mac, Linux)
  • "Rhythm Makeover with Adam Levy", Truefire, (February 5, 2014), (Win7, Mac, Linux)
  • "Essentials: Slow Burn Soloing - Introduction", Truefire, (March 1, 2015), (Win7, Mac, Linux)


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