About Me

Name: Adam Bernard
Home: Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
About Me: Entertainment journalist with 15+ years of experience. Supporter of indie music. Lover of day baseball, fringe movies, & chicken shawarma. Part time ninja. Nerdy, but awesome.
See my complete profile
Bios & Press Releases

Bios: $250-$300
Press Releases: $50

Check out samples here

For more info, or to set something up, email me

Artist Advice e-book

Muscle For Your Hustle What Every DIY Musician Needs to Know (2011)

A collection of 22 of my best artist advice articles

Pick it up for just $1

Photo Ops

w/ Beautiful Bodies ('15)

w/ Michael Imperioli ('14)

w/ Millionaires ('12)

w/ Adam Duritz, iLLspoKinN & Notar ('10)

w/ Kevin Pereira on the old set of
Attack of the Show ('09)

Magazine Articles

Rocko The Intern

July 2010 - January 2013
The New York Times Features Adam's World
Friday, August 08, 2008

Check it out, I'm features in Bob Tedeschi's story, Voices From the Suburban Blogosphere, that's in today's New York Times!

....On the flip side of the hyperlocal blogging are those who follow a single issue far beyond their environs. A topical blog usually relegates the writer to a much smaller readership, but such an approach has its rewards, said Adam Bernard, 29, author of the hip-hop music site Adam’s World (AdamBernard.blogspot.com), based in Fairfield, Conn.

Mr. Bernard, a freelance writer, has gained industrywide attention for recent posts, including one in June that criticized hip-hop labels for inflating first-week album sales, and another about the music ambitions of the prostitute linked to the former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer.

The blog, which Mr. Bernard said attracted about 5,000 monthly readers, rolled out five years ago and features interviews with independent hip-hop artists. Some later achieve more widespread fame, but still keep in contact.

“Plenty of artists take their interview and they’re out the door,” Mr. Bernard said. “But others keep reading, seeing me at shows, who like what I do, and like anything else, you develop a friend.”

You can read the full story at: NYTimes.com.


posted by Adam Bernard @ 2:00 PM  
Post a Comment
<< Home

Email List

Popular Columns

The Struggles Foreign Artists Face in the US, & How to Overcome Them

Ten Secrets for Making a Show a Success Despite a Low Turnout

What Happens to an Artist When Their Record Label Folds

Latest Podcast

The Drunk Train #9
feat. Lucy Camp
& Toussaint Morrison
Stand-Up Comedy

My set from Soce's
First-Timer's Show (April '14)
B-Lister Nation
B-Listers are a select group of artists that were featured in my Artist Of The Week series that ran every Monday from April of '06 to April of '11. All of these artists have two things in common; extreme talent, and a flight path far too under the radar for my liking. They took on the title of B-Listers as they embraced being featured by me, Adam B. Check out the AOTW Archives for all the interviews.

Friends of Adam’s World
60 Second Review
Adam John | Kid Kryptic
Always Home and Uncool
Backpack Cat
Claudia Alick
Definitely Amazing
Gangstarr Girl
Fly Like Dove
Halo Doesn’t Suck
I Are Conscious
Jesse Abraham
Joey K’s Place
Jus Rhyme
Ken Morico
Life of a Rockstar
MC Larny Rocks
Nappy Diatribe
Nobody Beats The Liz
Paul Gargano
Pay Us No Mind
Popular Opinions
Ramblings of the BK GrrlGenius
Sleep Dirt
Speech Is My Hammer
Stamford Talk
The 54 Reality Show
The BillaBlog
The Race to Nowhere
xo Publicity

Member Of


Wikio - Top Blogs - Music

Alltop, confirmation that I kick ass

    Older Posts                 Newer Posts