Adam Brock

From Me, To You (2002) was Adam's first project. At the age of 18 he decided to release a Christmas album due to his deep love to the Christmas season. Working with some of the best musicians in Pittsburgh he was able to create something that propelled him deeper into his love of singing and creating music.

All Jazzed Up (2007) was the sophomore album for Adam. On this project Adam chose to give a nod to some of the great singers & musicians that influenced his voice. Covering songs ranging from different era's, styles, & arrangements. Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra, B.B. King, Johnny Cash, Sondheim, all were taken & put through the filter of Adam's creativity & voice. This album is for sale on his website

Adam Brock - CHRISTMAS (2012) was created after Adam returned home from his successful run on American Idol. This E.P. was a sampling of the vocal diversity & flavor that he contains. Pulling in great musicians, special guests, & gospel choir voicings, Adam wanted to create an exciting project to bless people at the "most wonderful time of the year." All of the arrangements were a  brainchild of Brock. Collaborating with his musicians & Jason Goldman (arranger for Michael Buble) there is a high quality of musicianship & creativity that has something for everyone. This was also the first time Adam released a song that was written by himself. "I Don't Want To Miss You" is a song that speaks to that fear of losing the one that you love & the inability to celebrate the season without that person. CHRISTMAS is available to purchase on iTunes or