The Band:

Adrian Krygowski
Vocals, Guitar

Adrian has been songwriting and performing since 2007. More Than A Little is his fifth record as primary songwriter. Adrian is originally from central WI, lived in DC for many years, and now lives in Nashville with Meredith.

Meredith Krygowski
Vocals, Fiddle, Clogging

Meredith has played old-time fiddle and clogged since she was child, and started performing with Adrian during 2012 recording of Roam. Before that, she was a member of MSU-based band, The Bard Owls.

John Wood

John is originally from Houston TX, and former Berkeley Univ grad. He's been playing with A+M since 2015, and also with Portland OR-based John Wood Trio, and Nashville-based friends Suzy Oleson, The Perscriptions, and The Youngest

Paul Niehaus
Pedal Steel & Guitar

Paul is Adrian / A+M's longest-standing members since 2010, playing on both Roam & More Than A Little, and tours with the band when possible. He also has recorded & toured with Justin Townes Earle, Caleixco, Iron & Wine, Iris Dement, Lambchop, & others.

Ken Perkerwicz
Pedal & Electric Guitars

Ken moved to Nashville in 2014, and quickly became a highly saught-after bassist, playing in countless bands in all types of genres. He's originally from Minnesota, as we needed more Midwestern accents in our band. He's been playing with A+M since late 2015, and tours with the band.

Diego Vasquez

Diego has been playing with A+M since 2011 as part of his project, The Nashville Horns. He appears on More Than A Little, and has recently toured with the band. Deigo is originally from Peru, and operates a Peruvian Food Truck when not on the road. We're persuading him into being the band-cook, stay tuned..

Paul Thacker

PaulT is the newest member of the band, started playing locally with A+M in late-2015, with tours in 2016. Paul is a well-known Trumpet player in the East Nashville circuit, including Margot Price, Magnolia Sons, many others.

What Most People are Saying:

Alt-country led by a former punk rocker with a voice a bit in the raspy direction of Tom Waits...with a strong pulse from the fiddle and a stomping rythmn

Music City Roots

More Than A Little is a totally fun and engaging mash-up of most all (well, maybe all) of my favorite forms of roots music. The playing is all-pro, the lyrics are thoughtful, and the vocals are street wise and completely convincing.

Brad Paul
(Brad Paul Media, Rounder Records)

The Purr of The People on Fire: Some days you just beg the smoke and the horizon that blew it to suck you in.

Sean Moeller

Krygowski dives head first into a raw, yet brilliantly composed record entitled Roam that brings his espoused “soul-folk” genre full-circle.

Performer Magazine

Krygowski’s ability to write a blithe pop-rock tune that would have fit perfectly on Grin’s 1973 full-length, All Out, but this oddball artist may have a future in Americana: He sounds like Langhorne Slim and Lofgren on his latest EP

Nashville Scene

[H]is gifts as a songwriter and a crafter of gruff yet lyrical Americana are hard to deny. One listen to new track "Roam" is all the proof you need.


Song Review: The soul-inspired folk musician took a chance on writing a song in reverse – with the breakup at the beginning and a steamy romance at the end.

CMT Edge