When you close your eyes and listen to his music. You will have a hard time believing it is just one man on stage with an acoustic guitar, two hands and an endless passion for his art. Adam Crossman is a solo acoustic fingerstyle guitarist emerging from the small town of Bethany, Ontario. He simultaneously creates a variety of tones and textures from a mere six-string acoustic guitar. Adam uses a range of altered tunings, two-handed tapping techniques, harmonics, capos, and percussive hits to emulate the sound of a full band in his compositions. He strives to evoke emotion and translate ideas through music using his keen sense of melody and rhythm. Adam continues to write his own original instrumental compositions and has currently released three albums to date. In the late fall of 2011 he released his first self-titled EP. Shortly after Adam finished the highly anticipated full-length album titled “Golden” on January 18th 2013. Then with a follow up exclusive online digital release of the solo acoustic instrumental EP titled “Tigerduck” which was first available for download on May 30th 2014.