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A.D.D. working on new music! Spring show announced!

We decided to shake off the rust and play a local show with our friends in Emperors & Elephants and Quor at Bada Brew on Friday April 21st! We have been working hard on new music for the follow up to CORE. Stay tuned for tidbits of footage... read more

Upcoming acoustic December dates with Blind Joe & Elisium!

We will be doing 3 dates in December with Blind Joe from the Voice and Elisium! We will be playing some oldies and surprises as well! In the meantime, we are writing and demoing new tunes for a 2016 release! Upcoming Dates: Fri. Dec. 18th – w/ Blind Joe & Elisium – The Tree – Joliet, IL – (acoustic) Sat. Dec. 19th – w/ Blind Joe & Elisium – Big Dog Daddys – Bay City, WI – (acoustic) Sun. Dec. 20th – w/ Blind Joe & Elisium – VFW Post 3289 – New York Mills, MN –... read more

“5 Albums That Changed My Life” with guitarist Dave Adams

Chicago, IL has always been a hotbed for great music, and hard rockers A.D.D. (which stands for Analog Digital Disorder) aren’t an exception, as they prove on recently released“Core”. Guitarist Dave Adams stopped by to deliver onto you, loyal readers, 5 albums that have had a profound impact on him. Check them out after the jump! Dave’s choices are below. 5 albums that changed my life ELVIS PRESLEY – ELVIS IN CONCERT I found this record in my parents’ record collection and immediately was drawn in. Even at a young age, I recognized the charisma Elvis had. Looking back years later, this was recorded at the downside of his career not too long before his death. He was clearly on drugs at these shows, but his raw talent and showmanship still carried him through somehow. “That’s All Right” was the first song Elvis recorded, and still my favorite to this day. The raw energy in his vocal performance is unmatched. KISS – ALIVE II This album to this day was the biggest game changer for me. KISS is why I play music, plain & simple. From the back cover with Gene Simmons covered in blood to Ace Frehley’s “Shock Me”, I was completely engaged. And Paul Stanley’s gems, “Detroit Rock City”, “I Stole Your Love”, “Makin Love”, “I Want You”. They were and still are bigger than life to me. The thing people never got about KISS is, they actually write good rock songs. And Paul and Gene’s harmony vocals are undeniable. They are still No. #1 in my book. OZZY OSBOURNE – BLIZZARD OF OZZ Coming from Elvis... read more


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