• Big Sadie at Hideout


    Big Sadie performs Christmas show with special guests Joe Adamik, Erik Hall and Sam Wagster Dec.. 21st

  • New Iron & Wine record "Beast Epic"


    New Iron & Wine record featuring Joe Adamik on drums, percussion, marimba, amplified kalimba, autoharp, Bb clarinet, bass clarinet and Eb contra clarinet.

  • A Transformation of Things 11.11.16 @ Carrie Secrist Gallery


    Joe Adamik and Diana Guerrero-Maciá: A TRANSFORMATION OF THINGS

    A series of special performances organized by Joe Adamik, in collaboration with his partner Guerrero-Maciá, will take place over the course of the exhibition. A Transformation of Things utilizes a pair of specially fabricated drum - using Guerrero-Maciá imagery - sets as the setting for rotating call and response duets performed by Adamik and special guest drummers. The performances will aurally activate Slow Blossoming by inducing a form of dialogue that, once rendered, would expound on the overall premise of the exhibition: to create a more optimistic, user-friendly and inclusive future world for all of us to partake in.

    Performance Dates and Times:
    December 17, 2016 (3 - 5PM) Mikel Avery and Quinnlan Kirchner
    Please check the website for performance updates and additional information.

    Diana Guerrero-Maciá (b. 1966, lives in Chicago) has exhibited nationally and internationally, created several public art commissions, received multiple grants and residencies including a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award and two fellowships at the MacDowell Colony. Selected solo exhibitions include: The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Additional exhibitions include: Elmhurst Art Museum (Chicago), Sonoma Valley Museum of Art (California), Loyola University Museum of Art (Chicago) and the Bronx Museum. Guerrero-Maciá studied and was awarded fellowships at both Skowhegan School of Art and Penland School of Craft. She holds an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and BFA from Villanova University. She is currently an Associate Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

    Joe Adamik (b. 1972, lives in Chicago) is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and orchestrator. In addition to his solo career, he plays professionally with Iron & Wine, formally was a member with Califone and has performed with a number of Jazz improve ensembles. Adamik studied at the Chicago Musical College at Roosevelt University and Animation and Film at Southern Illinois University.

  • Joe Adamik Solo Debut album release


    With Moonsicles, Adam Busch, and Sheffield Ripple

  • Joe Adamik @ the Hideout


    Joe Adamik, Big Sadie
    When: Sun., May 15, 8 p.m.
    Price: $8
    The easy swing of Joseph Adamik’s drumming sounds apropos whether he’s sitting in with free improvisers Extraordinary Popular Delusions, driving the shape-shifting pop ensemble Manishevitz, or giving the gloriously entropic Califone rhythmic coherence. He’s also a versatile multi-instrumentalist with a knack for extracting antique-sounding timbres from clarinets and keyboards. On his first solo LP, Super Low (Meno Mosso), Adamik adds two more credits to his CV: singer-songwriter and orchestrator. His high, yearning voice is a persuasive vehicle for songs about ice-bound sailors and a kid growing up with a mentally ill mom. And his deployment of sputtering drum machines, wood-grained string passages, and long, low brass tones generates both sonic intrigue and emotional complexity. Tonight Adamik will sing and play guitar and bass clarinet while leading a band that includes Marta Kallenberger and Andy Frickle on horns, Sam Wagster on guitar, and Califone vets Jim Becker on fiddle and piano, Ben Massarella on drums, and Gillian Lisee on bass. Acoustic vocal trio Big Sadie open. — Bill Meyer
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