Adeem the Artist Serves Communion

Luke Frazier
May 8, 2024
Inside of Knoxville

Adeem the Artist came on after a short break and their stage presence was startling in its immediacy. They stood comfortably in a worn-in jean jacket, mesh-backed ball cap, dark shades, floral accented shirt, and a red bandana around their neck. The fact that Adeem’s guitar strap was also decorated with a flower design didn’t fully account for the impression I had of looking at a beautiful blooming flower in its natural habitat. It was an alchemy of sorts, formula unknown.

Adeem the Artist
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