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"Post-Standard Album Review"

Baker High School senior Adam Bingham handed me this CD when I talked to his music business class the other day. Call it "A Storyteller is Born." Talk about exceeding expectations. With an acoustic guitar and well-chosen words, Bingham's five-song collection proves he's already forged a unique and impressive musical identity. As the title suggests, Bingham's messages carry Christian overtones. But instead of unwavering praise, he delves into more complicated aspects of his relationship with his savior. My favorite is "Meet Me in the Theatre," a winding story that tangles conflicting religious feelings in the teen years. "He saves his prayers all for tomorrow but they each are crying out to be his saving grace today. And days turn into weeks turn into lifetimes, he waits for mercy," Bingham sings. - Mark Bialczak

"C&G Music Hosts Singer/Songwriter Showdown"

C&G Music hosted a Singer/Songwriter Showdown at The Mohegan Manor in Baldwinsville on Thursday, June 28th and the "Showdown" was a total success. Out of almost fourty entries, twelve finalists were picked for a chance to win a Takamine Acoustic Electric guitar worth $2,000. The finalists were judged in three different areas- Originality, Memorability, and Performance. The judges were all previous SAMMY winners and members from the local music scene. "It was a very difficult decision because all but one has had many years of experieince playing out and performing, and he ended up being the winner," says Christopher Veith- owner of C&G Music.

Congratulations to the winners:
1st Place WINNER- Adam Bingham aka 4:thirtyseven, Baldwinsville
2nd Place- Charley Orlando, Syracuse
3rd place (tie)- Lisa Gentile, Syracuse
Michael Patrick Ryan- North Syracuse - Liverpool Daily News


Rise of the Saints EP [5 Songs], The Politics Of Passion [10 song album], Live! at the Redhouse [9 Song Album]



"Call it a storyteller is born," said Mark Bialczak of the Post-Standard in his review of 4:thirtyseven's debut EP, "Rise Of The Saints." In 2004, 4:thirtyseven began, an acoustic project by singer/songwriter Adam Bingham. Writing emotional songs that he hoped would "cut to the core of society's deepest issues and hopefully help people find some resolution in the realization that we all screw up," the name of the band slowly "spread through-out every place in the surrounding region..." (luke 4:37) Touring now for three years, he has since independently released one EP and two full length albums while performing with acts such as Kids In The Way, Rusted Root, Angels Wake, and Among The Thirsty. With the recent release of his studio album "The Politics Of Passion," and the production of "Live! at the Redhouse," 4:thirtyseven is definitely "making his minute worth remembering." Bringing repertoire to the table that is reflective of Bingham's folk roots, while at the same time taking not a step, but a plunge into a much heavier venue of musical writing, the redefined artist is screaming, whispering, and relaying his message of acceptance and redemption transparently.