Greg Adamus Interview


Description
Interview Part 1:
Transcription:
Creators:
Cindy Kus, Interviewer
Greg Adamus
, Interviewee
Media Type:
Audio
Image
Text
Item Type:
Interviews
Description:
Greg Adamus earned his chops playing weddings and funerals with his dad's bands in West Detroit. After receiving degrees in both music and educational administration, Greg and his wife Betsy moved to Alpena in 1988.
Greg was instrumental in shaping the music scene in the area through the Thunder Bay Arts council as well as shaping the lives of young musicians through his guidance at the junior high and high school level.In this interview Greg shares stories and photographs of his musical legacy in Alpena.
Place of Publication:
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Library
Date of Original:
1 Feb 2016
Playing Time:
78:12
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Adamus, Greg ; Adamus, Betsy ; Case, Reverend Bob ; Christopher, Dean ; Wentz, Barry ; Moor, Bonnie ; Bishop, Matt ; Hubbard, MaryAnn ; Jones, Mike ; Deadman, Don ; Lamb, Maggie ; Lamb, Jerry ; Montgomery, Nate ; The Cheerful Earful ; Petoskey Steel Drum Band ; Bobbing for Piranhas ; Rigg, Bobby ; Vanverlah, Pete ; Lewis, W.C. ; Weeks, Dr. Jim ; Larkin, Dr. Dave ; The Frost ; Hartman, Donny ; Daoust, Larry ; Arbuckle, Andrea ; Diemond, Dennis ; The Douglas Family ; Popadamus ; Swing Shift Orchestra ; The KEG Band ; Crown, Chris ; seiss, Norm ; Aten, Dr. Avery ; Harwell, Ernie ; Kaltrider, Bill ; Tomaszewski, Kat ; Everett, Nancy ; Half brassed ; Dapogny, Dr. James ; Parrish, Dan ; Best, Archie ; Dunstan, Bob ; Kendziorski, Wayne ;
Corporate Name(s):
Thunder Bay Arts Council ; The American Federation of Musicians
Collection:
Musicians of Northeast Michigan
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Michigan, United States
    fltLatitude: 42.33143
    Latitude: 42.33143 Longitude: -83.04575
Copyright Statement:
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date:
2016
Copyright Holder:
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Library
Recommended Citation:
In Text- Adamus, G. (2016)
Reference- Adamus, G. (2016, February 1) Retrieved from http://www.nemoha.org/3250833/data?dis=dm
Location of Original:
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Library
Contact
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
USA
(989)356-6188


Transcription:

Cindy Kus

Greg Adamus Interview
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Greg Adamus Interview


Greg Adamus earned his chops playing weddings and funerals with his dad's bands in West Detroit. After receiving degrees in both music and educational administration, Greg and his wife Betsy moved to Alpena in 1988.
Greg was instrumental in shaping the music scene in the area through the Thunder Bay Arts council as well as shaping the lives of young musicians through his guidance at the junior high and high school level.In this interview Greg shares stories and photographs of his musical legacy in Alpena.