Combining the mysticism of Page, the flamboyant flare of Hendrix, the virtuosity of Vai and the subtle caress of Gilmour.
His God father Roger Newell was playing bass for Rick Wakeman and Chris was taken along to rehearsals and gigs. Chris’s first instrument was the drums and at 8 years old he got to play with The Who at Wakemans studio's but at 12 he switched to guitar, Throughout his school years he would lock himself away in his room and became Jimi Hendrix, later another big influence was David Gilmour.
After leaving school with an award for outstanding achievement in music Chris worked in Boilerhouse studio’s in High Wycombe where he was involved in recording some of the UK’s top artists, Howard Jones, The Sex Pistols to name a few.
Chris also became close friends with Wal, ( the maker of the infamous Wal Bass Guitar ). Wal made instruments for many musicians including Roger Newell, Paul McCartney, Phil Collins and many more. Chris played guitar with many of these top artist's in the 1980's.
All of this acted as a huge musical influence on the young Chris Adams and his music can be described as modern rock with influences from the classic rock era. A virtuoso guitarist and much of his work features guitar from Classical to rock.