Margie Adam is a stylish pop singer-songwriter known to the progressive, feminist
and lesbian/gay communities for her elegant love songs and inspiring songs of
conscience. She is a rarity among musicians in that over the years, she has created
two distinct bodies of work. She is also a composer-pianist of pop-jazz solo
Margie is a performer with a brazenly smart wit, an intimate performance style
and politically astute commentary. It is the interplay of piano and voice,
lyric and melody, of spirit and talk that is the unique theatre of Margie Adam.
For over two decades Margie Adam has been instrumental in defining and expanding
Women's Music as an art form, a political and cultural force and as an industry.
She has recorded seven albums on her label, Pleiades Records including: Margie
Adam. Songwriter., Naked Keys, We Shall Go Forth!, Here Is A Love Song, The
Best of Margie Adam, Another Place, and Soon And Again.
Margie's songwriting credits include the placement of "We Shall Go Forth!" (known
as the anthem of the Women's Liberation Movement) in the archives of the Political
History Division of the Smithsonian Institution.
Peter, Paul & Mary recorded "Best Friend_The Unicorn Song" on
their Reunion album. "Tender Lady" (newly arranged for Soon And Again)
can be found on Cris Williamson's Changer and the Changed. "Beautiful
Soul" was recorded by Cris and Meg Christian on Cris and Meg at Carnegie
Hall. "How Many?" from Another Place has been featured at AIDS Walks
and Names Project Quilt displays nationwide.
Listeners of National Public Radio will recognize music from Naked Keys and
Soon And Again in between features on "All Things Considered", "Morning
Edition" and "Weekend Edition".