in print

Adam Holt has been featured on the cover of the latest December, 2019 issue of Back to the Roots blues magazine. BTTR is the only blues magazine spoken in the Dutch language, and it's readership includes Belgium and the Netherlands. Inside is a six page feature article and some never before seen photos. Click the cover for more info!


Kind of Blues holds satisfying echoes of blues alongside that deep southern-soul and southern country-rock feel, much beloved by many and perfected and primed by the late, great Gregg Allman.”

Iain Patience, Elmore Magazine

Taken as a whole, Kind of Blues is easily one of the finest albums of 2019 so far and will no doubt make many Best of the Year lists.”

Michael Buffalo Smith, Kudzoo Magazine

Adam Holt has produced another solid album of music. Kind of Blues is recommended for anyone who likes their music introspective and passionate, plus has a little bounce to it.”

David Bowling, Cashbox Magazine

His combination of vocals and fiery guitar licks on this latest disc of his are pretty impressive, as are lyrics which show affection for the common man, ranging from a tribute to a longtime radio disc jockey to a protest against corporate America.”

Tom Henry, The Blade

As you will be grateful to us for notifying you, this close cousin of giants such as Allen Collins, Dickey Betts, Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes deserves all your attention. A wise investment, in these times of dispersion.”

Patrick Dallongeville Paris-Move, Blues Magazine, Illico & BluesBoarder

Adam's Southern roots show with its distinct Southern Rock feel and his exquisite guitarmanship...the well-crafted album closes with an exemplary cover of Bob Dylan's Lay Lady Lay.”

Debra C. Argen

The Adam Holt sound is big voiced, soulful, Muscle Shoals-infused rock ‘n’ roll influenced by Johnny Cash, Muddy Waters, Van Morrison, and John Fogerty.”

Donald Teplyske, Fervor Coulee

Many of those solos will clearly evoke the most famous southern rock band of all, the Allmans...These are Holt’s kind of blues – blending blistering guitar with strong songcraft.”

Jim Hynes, Making A Scene