Adam Ruzzo is a modern day Canadian troubadour - an avid wanderer of the many quiet corners of Canada, an active performing musician, and a collaborator with musicians from coast to coast. His music is a blend of traditional folk, singer/songwriter and his classical guitar background. His songs are shaped by the vast and sparsely populated land he calls home. He also finds inspiration in wild landscapes, and musically aims to express the awe inspiring beauty of these silent places. 

In addition to over a decade of playing and singing in bars and small venues, Adam holds a Master's degree in Classical Guitar Performance from the University of Toronto and remains an active performer and composer of instrumental guitar music. His dedication to classical guitar earned him first place in the FCMF National Music Competition in 2010 and a spot as a featured guest speaker at TedxAlgonquinPark for his original guitar compositions dedicated to the Algonquin Park area. The most recent culmination of his experience is a 16-song album 'The Land, The Sea, The People' - a musical snapshot of life and stories from places off the beaten path in Canada. The album charted for 16 weeks in 2022 on Community and Campus Radio charts across the country, including reaching top ten in East Coast Top Thirty, and stations in Halifax, Calgary, Abbotsford and Kamloops.

Adam is currently recording a new album inspired by eastern Canada, set to be released in the first half of 2023.