Small Town Therapy is a collaboration between Bay Area multi-instrumentalists Adam Roszkiewicz and Leif Karlstrom. The duo plays instrumental string music that emphasizes compelling, thoughtful compositions and virtuosic improvisation. Small Town Therapy is inspired by the New Acoustic Music made popular in California by Mike Marshall, Darol Anger and groups like Montreux. Adam and Leif are also members of the Telluride and Rockygrass winning band Front Country, the Grammy nominated Modern Mandolin Quartet, and the Ger Mandolin Orchestra led by Mike Marshall.
Adam and Leif are both highly accomplished musicians and educators and have performed at festivals around the world including: Rockygrass, Telluride, the Icicle Creek music festival in Washington, the Mozart festival in San Luis Obispo, the Blue Highways festival in Utrecht, Holland, the Singer Festival in Warsaw, Poland and the Hardly-Strictly-Bluegrass festival in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Adam and Leif are both highly sought after musicians in the Bay Area playing and have appeared on many recordings by some of the best San Francisco Bay Area artists.