Alberta Adams

Alberta Adams Brief Biography

Alberta Adams
Alberta Adams (born July 26, 1917) is an American Detroit blues, jump blues, and Chicago blues singer. Born Roberta Louise Osborn in Indianapolis, Indiana, Adams was raised in Detroit, Michigan by a relative, and began performing as a tap dancer in the 1930s. In 1942, she appeared at the B&C club, amidst other artists such as John Lee Hooker.

In 1952, she landed a recording contract with Chess Records and recorded alongside Red Saunders for the record label. Adams toured alongside Duke Ellington, Eddie Vinson, Louis Jordan, Lionel Hampton, and T-Bone Walker amongst others. Her solo career saw her secure a recording contract with the now defunct Cannonball Records, and she recorded two albums for them: 1999's Born With the Blues and 2000s Say Baby Say. Her 2004 album, I'm on the Move, was released on the Eastlawn Records label.

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