Meet Adam Gorman
Adam Gorman is a nationally touring guitarist and founding member of End of the Line: A Tribute to The Allman Brothers Band. Adam is originally from Macon Georgia has been based out of Nashville Tennessee for the past ten years. Growing up in a city with so much musical history, along with playing with several local acts and festivals; Adam, up into his teens, was heavily involved and worked with historical foundations in Macon such as the Big House Museum for the Allman Brothers Band as well as the Big O Foundation carrying on the Music and Legacy of Otis Redding. His love for this music would carry on with him into his collegiate years at Belmont University in Nashville where he would meet bandmate Conor Kelly in 2015 going on to form End of the Line shortly after.
Along with End of the Line, Adam has shared the stage with names such as: Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Jack Pearson, Jaimoe, Mark Quinones, Marcus King, Mike Stern, Col Bruce Hampton, Paul Hornsby (The Hourglass), Bonnie Bramlett, The Kentucky Headhunters, Stillwater, Duane Betts, Jimmy Hall(Jeff Beck/Wet Willie), and Peter Levin (Gregg Allman Band)
Adam uses a Custom Shop burgundy red Dirty Sink 6VEL paired with a matching DC-212 cab loaded with WGS Reaper HP in the closed chamber and an Alnico Blackhawk in the open chamber.