Adam Baxter

Adam Baxter

 Springdale, Newfoundland and Labrador, CAN

Adam Baxter is a singer/songwriter based out of Springdale, Newfoundland. His brand of pop infused folk music is catchy, melodic and sincere.


       Raised on a dairy farm in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Singer/songwriter Adam Baxter relocated to Newfoundland in 2004 to study music at Memorial University. Soon after his relocation, Baxter realized his undeniable love for two things; Music and Newfoundland. In 2005, Baxter started performing multiple times per week in St. John's, quickly establishing himself as a hard working and prolific songwriter. In this time, he performed with notable Canadian artists such as: The Arkells, Protest The Hero, King Nancy, Jim Cuddy, Sarah Slean, Alexisonfire, Tim Chaisson, Andrew James O'Brien, The Novaks and Sherman Downey. He has successfully completed the RPM Challenge from 2008 - 2011 and has been a feature artist at the MusicNL conference in 2010 and 2011. In 2011, Adam won the prestigious O'Reilly's Open Mic Competition taking home the grand prize, a brand new 2012 FIAT 500 car! He eventually completed the Bachelor of Classical music degree, focusing in music theory and composition and then completed the Bachelor of Music Education program. Quickly following the completion of his music education degree, he moved to Springdale, NL to further his career as a high school band director. Since the relocation to Central Newfoundland, Baxter has kept up with his music releasing the single, "Comin' Back For Ya", which received acclaim from Newfoundland's OZFM by landing a spot in the Top 100 songs of 2013.





Branches EP - 2014

Rainbow and Arrows- 2011

Songs in Slow Motion - 2010

Rest, A Shore - 2009

Fair Thee Well Tomorrow - 2008

14 Ways to Meet Girls - 2000 (The Lewinskys)

The Lewinskys S/T- 1999 (The Lewinskys)


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ICQ - 34816977





2008 - Fair Thee Well Tomorrow (Independent)
2009 - Rest, A Shore (Independent)
2010 - Songs in Slow Motion (Independent)
2011 - Rainbow and Arrow (Independent)
2014 - Branches EP (Independent)