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In March of 2012, Niles had two songs (“Same Road” & “Harden To Heal”) featured in scenes for the F/X Networks hit series 'Justified.' The episode is entitled 'Loose Ends' and is the ninth installment of the third season.

In June of 2012, Niles was interviewed by Sirius/XM’s Brett Winterble about his burgeoning career as part of Winterble's ‘On The Verge’ segment. Winterble was struck by the artist’s passion to his craft. “There’s no question about it, he’s going to be a major player very soon.”

In September of 2012 Adrian Niles performed at the legendary BB King’s Blues Club in New York City, Times Square. Niles opened the evening with a very successful solo acoustic set for the iconic group The New Riders of the Purple Sage.

Adrian Niles has opened shows for legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame artist Dave Mason, as well as Ben Orr of The Cars, Donnie Iris, Jefferson Airplane/Starship and Stevie Ray Vaughn’s Widowed rhytym section Double Trouble. Niles has also shared billings with legendary Blues Artists, including John Mayall and Buddy Guy.

Adrian Niles' sixth record Roll & Move was released in January of 2011 and features a repertoire of blues based songs. Selections from Roll & Move have been added to radio playlist in Argentina, Bosnia, the Netherlands, Norway as well as Blues Radio in the United States.

In the summer of 2006 Niles co-formed The Trainjumpers. The group enjoyed much success with their 2007 debut CD Deadtown. The title track, which Niles wrote years earlier, is a song about growing out of his teen years and the relationships with friends he would later ponder the true meaning of. Deadtown, the song, received rave fan reviews and found its way into a regular rotation on Clear Channel radio station WEGW 107.5 in Wheeling, West Virginia. The album, received a 4 out of 5 star rating in West Virginia's state-wide entertainment guide GRAFITI Magazine.

Adrian Niles Band finished as Semi-Finalists in the International Blues Competition in Memphis TN., 2011. As a result of their success at the IBC, Niles and band were asked to perform for the "Beale Street Kings Competition" at the historic New Daisy Theatre on Beale Street in Memphis.

Nile's 2011 Roll & Move C.D. took third place honors in the Bluesforum.com 2011 C.D of the year award! [+]
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