Adam Melchor @ Hoosier Dome (venue change)
Start Time: 7:30 pm
Adam Melchor's Indianapolis show at HI-FI has been relocated again to Hoosier Dome. This show is now ALL AGES, with schedule changing to Doors 6:30 pm, Show 7:30 pm. All tickets will be honored at the new location. Please direct any questions to email@example.com. You can follow our ongoing list of affected shows here: http://bit.ly/mokb-hifi-covid19updates
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ARTIST PROFILE | Adam Melchor
"After I graduated from college with an Opera degree, I started writing songs, and recording demos in my room. When it got too late, I recorded demos in my car. I played at dive bars and restaurants all across NJ and NY. I joined a band in Brooklyn. We went on tour. The band moved to Nashville. I stayed in NJ. I moved to Jersey City. I played solo at the same Jersey City bar, every week.
I made more demos and sent them to some friends. Some friends sent them to some other friends. One day I got an email back from someone in Los Angeles about the demos. I drove to LA. I had my first co-write which turned into my first cut.
My trip to LA got cut short when I found out my grandma (she was the best!) passed away. I drove back to NJ.
After a couple months, I got in my Toyota Camry again and put the LA address I found on Craigslist in my GPS. I left all I had known with a bag of clothes, my guitar in the backseat, and the songs I recorded in my bedroom. These are the songs that brought me closer to my family, and turned the team at R&R into my LA family.
My new EP 'Two Songs For Now' is out now. I wrote each song with two amazing women, Emily Warren and Alex Hope. They are songs about the time we live in and the long look in the mirror that we've all experienced during one of the wildest years I've ever seen."