Lecturer in Music (Folk Guitar)
Teaching blues, country, bluegrass and folk guitar, Adam Dudding's style of instruction aims to inspire students to begin executing performances of their own favorite songs.
Dudding is a performing songwriter and guitarist originally from Dayton, Ohio. In 2006 he moved to Nashville, where he collaborated with world-class songwriters on Music Row, traveled and performed with nationally touring artists and independently produced and released six studio recordings of his own compositions.
Playing hundreds of shows throughout the U.S. and beyond, Dudding has performed on iconic stages like the Knitting Factory in New York City, the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville and the JZ Festival in Shanghai, China. Along the way he's opened for some of his musical heroes: Alabama, Todd Snider, Railroad Earth, Junior Brown, Ronnie Milsap and more.
He's taught guitar for more than 20 years and received a bachelor's of fine arts degree in creative writing and guitar performance from Bowling Green State University.
B.F.A., Bowling Green State University