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Stuart Adamson

Scottish guitarist, songwriter and vocalist

Stuart Adamson

Scottish guitarist, songwriter and vocalist
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birthday
11th
April, 1958
Death
16th
December, 2001
Birth Place
Manchester, England
Birth Sign
aries
Biography

William Stuart Adamson (11 April 1958 – 16 December 2001) was a Scottish rock guitarist, and lead singer/frontman of the 1980s band Big Country. He also performed with the 1970s punk rock band Skids, and the 1990s alternative country band “The Raphaels”. In the late 1970s the British music journalist John Peel referred to his musical virtuosity as a guitarist as “a new Jimi Hendrix”.

instruments played
bass
Guitar
keyboard
Vocals
Associated Acts

Skids, Big Country, The Raphaels

Birth Name

William Stuart Adamson

Genres

New wave, punk & Celtic rock

Labels

No Bad, Virgin, Phonogram, Mercury, Vertigo, Compulsion, Fox, Transatlantic, Track

Origin

Dunfermline, Scotland

Years Active

1976 2001

Name

Stuart Adamson

Nationality

Scotland

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