Adam Zindani - Stereophonics

About Adam Zindani

Adam Zindani (born 5 March 1972, Birmingham, England) is the guitarist for the Welsh-based rock group Stereophonics, and the lead vocalist and guitarist for the Birmingham-based band, Casino.

On 20 May 2007, at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in Preston, Zindani joined Stereophonics on stage. Zindani continued to tour with the band for the remainder of the Pull the Pin tour, playing lead guitar and backing vocals. He was credited for writing and performing on two of the band's tracks, "You're My Star" and "My Own Worst Enemy". On "You're My Star", he sang backing vocals and played lead guitar, whereas, on "My Own Worst Enemy", he only played lead guitar. He was made an official member of the band leaving the future of Casino hanging in the balance. Casino's debut album was funded by the money Zindani made touring with Stereophonics.

With the group he has recorded the albums Keep Calm and Carry On in 2009 and Graffiti on the Train in 2013.

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