Adam Donmoyer
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Adam Donmoyer

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The best kept secret in music


"Good Work!"

"I dig your cd. I like how original your voice is. You've got a cool way of singing. Some very funny lyrics too. Good work!" - Jerm Pollet of the Sinus Show Fame

"Seems he may have taken some influence from Randy Newman."

Piano bar music, with a sense of humor. Adam has a good sense of humor. Seems he may have taken some influence from Randy Newman.

"Turn on, tune in an let us groove."

Good songs: 2, 3, 4, 7, 11 - Dominick Dellerba, WMUC University of Maryland

"Buy Naughty Bits"

Let me start by informing you of how biased I am. I love Adam Donmoyer, he's a nice guy, very encouraging. I also think that this CD is really quite good. The quality of songwriting is relatively high throughout. The packaging is wonderful, the sound is great. Buy this.
- Luke Leverett,

"Rules, what rules?"

"Rules, what rules?" Mo Humble, Host of "Humble Time!", the Texas Songwriters' Radio Show Case August 23, 2003 -

"an undiscovered gem"

"...Adam Donmoyer does a great job writing funny songs...Adam has a knack for leaving his audience laughing. He is an undiscovered gem."
Anders Rasmussen, ASG President
Inspirations For Songwriters (IFS) Issue 501, October 13, 2002 (Yahoo! Groups newsletter with 2007 members)
- Anders Rasmussen, ASG President, Inspirations for Songwriters

"Billy Joel on acid"

"Adam Donmoyer is Billy Joel on acid."
Captain Ace, Humble Time Engineer
- Captain Ace, Humble Time Radio Showcase

"warped and wonderful"

"His approach is warped and wonderful and he is not afraid to be unique and himself."
Terri Hendrix, Wilory Records recording artist - Terri Hendrix

"Some amazing stuff . . ."

Reviewer: Luke Leverett

"Adam Donmoyer's new CD, Naughty Bits, is something of a treasure. Adam's songs are primarily known for their humor, but expect any Adam Sandler crap. These songs are (mostly) very sophisticated pop songs and have real melodies, carefully crafted piano-driven arrangements, and serious undertones. You may laugh at first, but listen twice, and you will hear some real depth. . ." - Luke Leverett,


"Naughty Bit's"

I am being played on many college stations. Most recently:

The University of Maryland!! WMUC is among the oldest college radio stations in the world.

They are playing "Big Fat City", "Rugby The Cat", and "TV Hell."

KEOL LaGrande, 91.7 fm, Eastern Oregon University

added "I'm Not Psycho."


Feeling a bit camera shy


Adam Donmoyer is an unconventional and unpredictable artist who combines an ear for melody with a pop culture sensibility that celebrates the absurd. His training as a stage performer has helped him craft a piano-driven, modern-day pop cabaret act that has won over audiences of all types, in addition to critical acclaim. The subject matter of his story songs runs the gamut, and they usually include an O'Henry twist that keeps listeners guessing until the end. "Similarities to Tom Lehrer and Randy Newman come to mind when I listen to Adam's music. His approach is warped and wonderful, and he is not afraid to be unique and himself," said Wilory Records recording artist Terri Hendrix. Through the satire, Adam's songs have been honored for their serious undertones. A song inspired by a schizophrenic cousin who believes himself to be Jesus Christ recently contributed to his nomination for the "Humbie Heart Award" from Humble Time: The Texas Songwriters' Radio Showcase. A favorite at Humble Time, Adam often leaves people laughing so hard, they cry. He calls his music "tragically funny." "Adam's like a car accident: you walk by, and you can't take your eyes off of him," says producer David Love of Love Monkey Studios. Adam's sensitivity to the spectrum of human feeling, interpreted with and tempered by humor, has acquired attention on, where he was highlighted as an "Artist Success Story." His songs have been featured on various internet sites and radio shows, adding to his international following. Adam is most enchanting on stage, where he forges an instant bond with even the largest of audiences. His new album Naughty Bits was just released. He hopes the album will be an opportunity for new listeners and devoted fans alike to hear at home what they love when they see him on stage. Adam has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Otterbein College. He hosts "Songwriters in the Round" on the Austin Music Network; plays in the house band for Humble Time: The Texas Songwriters' Radio Showcase; served as co-president of the Austin Songwriters Group; and teaches piano at The Austin School of Music. Adam has earned international awards and recognition, including Grand Prize Winner in the ASG 2001 Bare Bones Contest and Finalist in the 2003 USA Songwriting Competition. To learn more about Adam, his new album Naughty Bits, or his awards, visit