Backstage Pass: An Interview with Singer-Songwriter Adam Friedman

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Singer/songwriter/producer Adam Friedman, who has previously worked with singer-songwriters such as Mike Posner and Shep Goodman, recently caught the attention of Elvis Duran, host of the syndicated morning show Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, who named him “artist of the month.”

In the wake of that endorsement, Friedman has toured the country to support his new single, “Lemonade,” a mellow pop number that features a guest turn from the aforementioned Posner.



He performs tonight at 7 at Azure, the rooftop bar at the Metropolitan at the 9.

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