Songs of One Hundred Years/They'll Greet Me In Heaven Double EP (2012/3)
A Song of One Hundred Years
All I Know
There's No View Like Bennachie
Days of Blind Loving
The Splendour of it All
She's a Stranger
Who Knows For Tomorrow
They'll Greet Me in Heaven
I Fell in Love for Just a Minute
Cherry on the Cake
Next Gig -
2013-10-01 - PLAYED ON BBC RADIO 6 MUSIC Adam's song 'Who Knows For Tomorrow?', featuring a duet with Brooke Sharkey, was chosen by Mary Anne Hobbs as her 'song for Cerys', being played as her last song of 2013. Mary Anne described the song as 'Incredibly Beautiful' and asking 'What better way to end the year?'.
2013-08-02 - PRESS 'Superb! A great ear for melody and a natural talent for lyric writing.' - Bruce MacGregor, BBC Radio Scotland.
2013-08-01 - NEW EP
Adam and the Consultants have finished their new EP 'They'll Greet me in Heaven', with Brooke Sharkey on Bass and duet vocals, Leander Lyons on Guitar, Kit Jolliffe/Barny C Rockford on drums, Leonie Evans on Backing vocals. Listen here.
2013-02-20 - OTHER PROJECTS
Adam plays double bass and guitar for singer Brooke Sharkey. Click here for her website.
'We'll Wave from the Shore' is also available at Rough trade. Click here for their online shop.
2011-02-20 - DESCRIPTION The Consultants are a shifting group of musicians focused around band-leader and song writer Adam Beattie, whose distinctive voice ties together their eclectic mix of 'folk stews and dirty blues'. They are based in London where they perform varied, emotional shows, verging sometimes on the theatrical. Their popular song 'A song of One Hundred Years' is a ballad written for Adam's grandfather who lived to be one hundred.