P.O. Box 704
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Phone: (646) 875-8322
Fax: (866) 920 3745
Contact Bryan R. Adams
“Exposure is not indecent; it’s FABulous”
Bryan R. Adams presides over the publicity division of FAB Communications, which boasts a varied roster. Clients have been from industries as diverse as music, fashion, theater, film & television, sports, publishing, finance, oral surgery, politics, restaurants, start-ups, non-profits, and small business.
Prior to co-founding the company, Bryan worked exclusively in the music industry. Beginning in 1990, he was responsible for developing and enhancing the public profiles of many recording artists. As Manager of Media Relations at Tommy Boy Music, he worked with Coolio, RuPaul, Naughty By Nature, Queen Latifah, De La Soul, and House Of Pain. Bryan was responsible for Coolio’s first national magazine cover.
Bryan’s love of networking enabled him to expand his vision and client base.
A respected publicist, Mr. Adams has appeared on panels at the College Music Journal Convention, Philadelphia Music Conference, and Vibe Music Seminar and has lectured at churches and colleges in the New York area. In 2007, he became a volunteer instructor at the Support Center for Non Profit Management.
Bryan has been interviewed in The New York Daily News and DNR, and has appeared on television networks such as MSNBC and NBC. He also had the pleasure of interviewing Dick Gregory, noted authors Karl Evanzz and A.J. Franklin, advertising pioneer Byron Lewis, popular ABC News anchor Robin Roberts, and boxer Ruben “Hurricane” Carter during his stint as a journalist.
He is a film buff. In 1999, FAB Communications served as the casting director for a series of MTV AIDS testing awareness PSA’s, directed by Joel Schumacher (St.Elmo’s Fire,Falling Down). As a member of a local film club, he was able to produce his first short film in 2006.
A sports nut as well, he gladly volunteered his time to run a basketball camp with ex-WNBA player Fran Harris and work the locker room at the 2001 NCAA Basketball Championship. As locker room media liaison, he protected Kentucky, Boston College, and USC from over-eager sportswriters. Later that year, he began his stint as Director of Special Projects for Polytechnic University’s Athletic Department, designing the Athletic Media Guide.