Born and raised in the hills of West Virginia, Adam Booth tells meaningful stories that blend and share generations of Appalachian and Jewish heritage with life lessons and a bit of mischief.
Four-time champion of the West Virginia Liars’ Contest as well as competitions in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia, he’s also the recipient of the 2011 National Storytelling Network’s J.J. Reneaux Mentorship Grant for emerging artists. His CD, The Mingo Black, won Storytelling World award honors and was juried into Tamarack, the Best of West Virginia. Booth teaches at Shepherd University.
“A real West Virginia treasure.” – WVU 4-H