One of his most interesting and unusual exploits was singing the aria "Nessun Dorma" (from G. Puccini's opera Turandot) live in Milan (1999) as a tribute to the Italian Manowar fans, and later recording the event for the "Warriors of the World" album (2002). The same album also contains "An American Trilogy", which Adams first performed at the popcom. While touring in 2007, he sang the famous duet from Andrew Lloyd-Webber's musical The Phantom of the Opera with Maria Breon of HolyHell.
The song has been included in HolyHell's first studio disc, Apocalypse (Magic Circle Music). Adams has also sung the Christmas carol "Silent Night, Holy Night". He also recorded the song "Where eagles fly" with world's best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman for her album "Harem", although this song has never been officially released. In addition to performing with Maria Breon, he has also performed in various musicals on Broadway in New York City, NY. Most notably Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Miss Saigon and most recently A Tale of Two Cities.
On June 30, 2007 Eric Adams sang the Bulgarian National Anthem during Manowar's concert in Kavarna (Bulgaria) as a tribute to the Bulgarian fans. It was recorded for the Magic Circle Festival DVD. Adams is an accomplished bow hunter and a qualified bow Instructor. Together with Chester Moore, he produced, and featured in, the outdoor DVD *"Wild Life and Wild Times"(2006) The soundtrack was composed by Adams himself, who also plays guitar and keyboard. He was also featured in several hunting radio shows and magazines.
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