From Portland, OR comes the latest release from singer/songwriter Adam Zwig. His new album "Visions of the Shimmering Night" was produced by Grammy Award winners Stuart Sikes (Loretta Lynn, The White Stripes) and David Bianco (U2, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash). His music has been featured on television shows for Fox Sports, Fuel TV and NBC and has been compared to the likes of Bob Dylan and Neil Young.
The new twelve song release begins with the safe stroll of "Everybody Love" and the painted picture of "Waiting On Heaven (To Make A Move)," in which Zwig sounds similar to fellow songwriter Ryan Adams. You can't help but feel comfortable with the gentle folk/rock of "When All The World Was In Love" and "So Glad." His voice has an originality to it in "I Remember You," also sounds like you've known and listened to him for quite some time. The album closes with the acoustic "I Shall Be," that draws similarities to the younger Bob Dylan with his vocal delivery and a reprise of "Waiting On Heaven (To Make A Move)."
Adam Zwig is already preparing his follow-up album which is due out later this year. To find out more about this independent singer/songwriter, please visit adamzwig.com.