ABOUT ADAM LARSON & CO.
A Musical Journey
Adam Larson & Company is not just interested in being a band with the sole focus of producing amazing country music. Their first priority is to be a family: starting with members of the band & extending to their wives, parents, friends, fans, & strangers.
It all began by creating authentic relationships, which would come to form the Company. With this familial foundation, Adam Larson & Co. began creating music with an original, outlaw country feel.
In 2017, founding member Adam Larson began cultivating a band to showcase his songwriting abilities, for which the groundwork had been laid starting as a kid growing up in Wyoming & being on the road, on his way to Oregon.
The company started with bassist & drummer Patrick Ward, lead guitarist Colin McHill, guitarist Steve Volnychev, & drummer Landon Mattson. In March of 2018, bassist Phil Hansen was added to the company, while the latter two members moved on.
Based in Tangent, Oregon, the band routinely plays across the States, packing out festivals, as well as smokey bars & dance halls. Their Johnny Cash-esque sound, drawing from modern & old-time country, is infused with unique licks, story-telling, & earnest lyrics, appealing to crowds across all genres.
They released their debut album, Long Time Comin Home, in July of 2018, demonstrating their bluegrass, electric, grassroots sound, utilizing all sounds & musical instruments from horns to farfisa.
The band continuously releases singles in their endeavor to create a great sound & tell a great story. Their most recent singles, “I Don’t” & “Let’s Go,” employ the same clever songwriting, accompanied by their iconic country sound.
Adam Larson & Co. continues to perform on stages across the country, opening for Eli Young Band, Kristian Bush, Cloverdayle, & Tracy Byrd, among many other excellent acts.
The Company is a band of brothers that have committed themselves to the discovery of truly unparalleled sounds & giving engaging performances to their fans across the country.
Band. Company. Family.