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We caught up with instrumental musician Adam Littlemore to find out a little bit more about him ahead of his EP release show at the Cluny on Sunday 20th January.

So, tell us a bit about yourself and what you do?
My name is Adam Littlemore. I am 22 years old and I am a solo instrumental ambient musician from Sunderland. I have been playing guitar for six years and I have played all over the North East and played at the biggest venues in Newcastle.

What’s the first record you ever bought?
The first record I bought was Sigur Ros as I am such a massive fan of the band and I got inspired by them as the lead singer plays with a violin bow on guitar and it got me playing the guitar with the violin bow.

What’s your guilty pleasure musically?
My guilty pleasure is playing on the guitar. I have been playing guitar ever since I got inspired by Sigur Ros and other bands in the North East.

Favourite film of all time?
My favourite film is A Star Is Born as it was my first time watching it at the Empire Cinema and it’s amazing. 

Your guilty pleasure film?
My guilty pleasure film is A Star Is Born.

If you could recommend one TV series to binge watch, what would it be?
It would be Lethal Weapon as it’s a great show.

Your favourite book?
I don’t read books, I only play guitar.

Who or what makes you laugh the most?
My family make me laugh as they have been there for me and have helped me in my music career.

Who or what makes you sad?
Nothing makes me sad.

If you had super power, what would it be?
My super power would be to run faster.

And finally, you get to play a board game with any three famous people from history, who do you choose and what’s the board game?
My three famous people in history would be Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix and John Mayer and the board game would be Guitar Hero.

Adam Littlemore plays the Cluny for an EP release show on Sunday 20th January.

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