The Caverns Sessions

Episode 10 Preview

Executive produced by T-Bone Burnett, Adia’s debut 2021 album was titled, “Southern Gothic.” It featured guests Jason Isbell and Margo Price and nods to a rich legacy of Black Southern storytelling. The album’s title is a perfect description of the spell Adia weaves with eerily mysterious songs and a riveting presence.

Episode 10 Preview


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