While he was born in London, England, singer-songwriter Adam Masterson spends a lot of time in NYC writing and performing his music. He taught himself guitar and was writing his own songs by the age of 16. His debut album, One Tale Too Many, was released on Gravity/BMG to much critical acclaim. Signed by Nick Stewart and produced by Mick Glossop, One Tale Too Many featured many Van Morrison alumni and session musicians. Masterson has also performed with Mick Jones of The Clash, Patti Smith, and Joseph Arthur.
The Jetset Collection interviewed the talented musician about his insider guide to the city that never sleeps. He shared with us his favorite place to catch live music, his #1 choice for a Mexican Cantina, and his top spot to grab an espresso.
FAVORITE PLACE TO HEAR LIVE MUSIC IN NYC: Rockwood Music Hall in the Lower East Side
FAVORITE PLACE FOR BRUNCH IN NYC: Cafe Mogador at 101 St Marks Place
BEST WAY TO RELAX AND UNWIND IN NYC: My living room, and walking through Tompkins Square Park always makes me happy.
FAVORITE PLACE FOR COFFEE/TEA IN NYC: 9th Street Espresso on Avenue C
FAVORITE RESTAURANT FOR DINNER IN NYC: Casa Mezcal at 86 Orchard Street
FAVORITE LATE-NIGHT HANGOUT IN NYC: Anywhere that will have me, and a good jukebox.
NO TRIP TO NYC IS COMPLETE TO NYC WITHOUT _____ : A Sunny and Annie’s sandwich.