Welcome to the Adam Faith website, active since 2005, and now with a new design. This is not an official website. This site is for you and by you. Contact through Adam Faith Facebook page only.
Complete listing of all Adam Faith singles released in the UK.
Selection of Adam Faith EPs released in the UK.
Selection of vinyl albums which feature Adam or compilations which include tracks sung by him.
Selection of compact discs which feature Adam or compilations which include tracks sung by him.
Keith Altham wrote “Remembering Adam” in 2003.
– “Tel” was amoral, unreliable, irresponsible and quite the most delightful, charming and disarming companion I have ever come across.
– Adam Faith was my friend, my first teen hero and the last.
A detailed biography of Adam Faith which concentrates on his music career.
by Geoff Leonard and Pete Walker
In an interview in Disc magazine published in June 1959, following the release of his third (and ultimately unsuccessful single, Adam Faith declared that his ambition was to become an actor/director – not a singer. Nine years, thirty-five singles, twenty-four chart entries, fifteen e.p.s, seven albums later; he finally decided to leave the record industry to concentrate fully on fulfilling his thespian dream. Over the next forty years, Faith was to achieve at least the major part of this long-held ambition by becoming one of Britain’s most popular stars of stage and screen…
TV, Film & Stage
Adam Faith — a filmography which includes personal appearances, as well as singing and acting roles.
Articles archive and more
Click the magazines for a large selection of Adam Faith articles or photo galleries.
These include: Disc (The Top Record Weekly), Record Mirror, Record Mail, Pop Weekly, Melody Maker, New Musical Express, Radio Times, Pop Ten, Photoplay, The History of Rock, Record Collector.
Sheet music and covers
Sheet music covers (and occasionally full versions) of a good selection of the many songs sung by Adam Faith.
You can click the images and then download the actual PDF file that shows up.