Louise Adams

Blues Singer

Louise Adams was born in Australia on December 17th, 1983 and is the Blues Singer. At the age of 39, Louise Adams biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
December 17, 1983
Nationality
Australia
Place of Birth
Australia
Age
39 years old
Zodiac Sign
Sagittarius
Profession
Songwriter
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Louise Adams Career

Adams started singing at local gigs in 2010, which surprised family and friends who had not known her musical talent. She performed across Australia (including the Adelaide Fringe and Tamworth Country Music Festivals), and in South America, the United Kingdom and United States. In 2011 Adams (as part of Louise & The Tornados) was awarded a special commendation in the Best Fringe Music Act category at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.

From 2010 she fronted a band, Louise and the Tornados, which has had a varied line-up. She later reflected, "We had a handful of gigs while I was working as lawyer." In 2013 the line-up had settled with Adams on lead vocals and guitar, Tom Collins on lead guitar, Simon Fennell on drums and Michael Fitzpatrick on double bass. Adams started performing solo sets in Castlemaine, releasing a self-titled EP in June 2014, which featured some of her early original work.

In 2015 Adams auditioned for The X Factor by singing Nina Simone's version of "Feeling Good". She progressed to the boot camp round where she performed "Sugar Man" by Sixto Rodriguez. Adams then made it to the super home visits round in London, where she performed Dolly Parton's "Jolene" in front of her mentor James Blunt and guest mentors Simon Cowell and Rita Ora. She was later selected by Blunt as one of his top three for the live shows; but was in the bottom two with Big T in the eighth week of the show, where she was saved after the judges' vote went to deadlock. Adams made it to the grand final and became the runner-up to Cyrus Villanueva.

Following her appearance on the talent show Adams was signed to Sony Music Australia. She released her debut album Louise Adams on 15 December 2015, which peaked at No. 22 on the ARIA Albums Chart. It included studio recordings of a number of tracks that she performed during her time on show, including her cover version singles, "People Help the People" (October 2015) and "You Don't Own Me" (November), and the non-cover version single, "History" (November).

denotes a performance that entered the ARIA Singles  denotes Runner-Up  denotes Have been in the Bottom two

Adams continued her music career since appearing on The X Factor. On 13 March 2016 she performed at the Rail Lands in Mount Gambier, fronting her accompanying band which features James Van Cooper on lead guitar, Michael Fitzpatrick on double bass and Tom Wilson on drums. Adams appeared on Good Friday (25 March 2016) at the TeamKids Beyond Bank Easter Appeal; other artists include Thirsty Merc, Reece Mastin and Kate Ceberano.

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