(1925 – 2000)
Derroll Adams (born 27 November 1925 in Portland, Oregon; died 6 February 2000 in Antwerp, Belgium) was an American folk musician. Derroll was a noted exponent of the banjo. Although not well known in the mainstream, he inspired a host of other artists.
During the 1950s, Adams was busking around the West Coast music scene when he met Ramblin' Jack Elliott in the Topanga Canyon area of Los Angeles. The two traveled around and recorded albums, among them 'Cowboys' and… read more
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