Adam Tas


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02/06/2018 20:00

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Adam Tas (born August 25, 1981 in Pretoria, South Africa) is a South African singer and songwriter in Afrikaans.

He studied at Garsfontein school and later studied journalism at UNISA also became a qualified game ranger and wanted to play rugby as a professional athlete. But a serious bicycle accident stopped his sports ambitions and attracted him to music. After recovery, he performed at many local pubs in Hatfield and across the country. His album My Memories In 'n Menthol composed of songs written by Himself in collaboration with Kobus Koekoes, found great success. He was later signed to EMI in 2006. In 2007 performed at 41 venues in a 24 hours span earning a mention in Guinness Book of Records. He also hosted the South African television programme Wild en Wragtag and appeared in the film Die spook van Uniondale. He was eventually signed to Select Music. In 2016, he released a tribute album 'n Tas vol Cash dedicated to Johnny Cash.

Since 2003, he has released a number of studio albums and is well-known for a number of hits, mostly sentimental songs about farm life in South Africa.