Bernard Adamus (born December 16, 1977 in Poland) is a Canadian singer-songwriter based in Quebec, whose music draws on folk, blues, country and hip-hop influences.
Adamus emigrated to Quebec with his family at the age of three, and was raised in Montreal.
In 2009, Adamus released his debut album Brun on Grosse Boîte. The album was supported by the singles "La question à 100 piasses" and "Brun (la couleur de l'amour)". He won several awards at that year's Festival en chanson de Petite-Vallée, including the Artisti award for best performance and the Prix de la guitare Boucher. He won the 2009 Echo Songwriting Prize (French) for "La question à 100 piasses", and in 2010 he was named winner of that year's Francouvertes festival. The album was a shortlisted nominee for Folk Album of the Year at the 2010 Félix Awards, and Adamus won the award for Découverte de l'année (Best New Artist).
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Альбомы и синглы:
- Sorel Soviet So What [альбом]
- Brun [03.11.2009, альбом]
- N°2 [25.09.2012, альбом]
- Sorel Soviet So What [25.09.2015, альбом]
|Brun La Couleur De Lamour||
|Frimat 2011 58||
|La Question A 100 Piasses||
|Le Scotch Goûte Le Vent||
|Les Chemins Du Doute||
|Y Fait Chaud||