Hailing from a rich Scottish musical heritage, singer-songwriter and guitarist Robin Adams, carries the torch passed on by his parents, Chris and Pauline Adams, the driving forces behind 1970s folk rock ensemble String Driven Thing. In 2021, Adams received the Celtic Music Radio Album of the Year award for his album "One Day." The following year, Americana UK lauded his next album, "Wrong Road Home," with a 9/10 review, asserting that listeners would be hard-pressed to find a more enjoyable record that year or the next. Drawing inspiration from the likes of John Martyn, Nick Drake and Bert Jansch, Adams has carved out a distinctive niche in the folk singer songwriter landscape. In the words of folk legend Ralph McTell, "If Robin had been on the circuit I was on back in the day, he would already be an underground guitar singer-songwriter star!"