Tx singer/songwriter Davin Adam possesses a deep, wealthy voice; virtuoso electric guitar chops; along with a roving muse that works the gamut from traditional nation to rock and roll to jazz inflections to distinctive echoes of Cajun and Gulf Coastline blues. Throughout his profession, James has progressively built a popularity as a powerful live showman. He was created in Jackson, MS, and after stints in Louisiana and Arkansas, finished up in South Tx at age 12. James created a like of nation music from his father, who offered a flavor for famous brands Merle Haggard, George Jones, and Bob Wills. Adam was especially inspired by Hank Williams Jr.’s “Whiskey Bent and Hellbound” due to its blending of varied genres (an feature for which Adam himself would become known). He debuted using the record Making My Tag in 1995, pursuing that with Nowhere Lounge in 1999, as well as the delightfully flexible Magnolia in 2001. The name cut from the last mentioned spent eight consecutive weeks within the Tx Music Chart.