Despite his regular appearances on BBC TV's Drumbeat in 1959 it would take three years for Faith to get his own show. The run of Faith's only solo music series would only be a short one, supported by his band The Roulettes, singing group The Kestrels and with orchestrations by Harry Rabinowitz, guests over the series included Helen Shapiro, Ottilee Patterson and and the then unknown Clodagh/Cloda Rodgers.
Faith had been a familiar face on British TV since 1957, even appearing on Six-
He already had a couple of specials afforded to him by ATV, but this series would
be the only time he would lead his own show as a singer. However, he would re-
After a series of poor movie roles success for the television series was important to Faith "I need another outlet" he told Disc magazine "I need to be popular with adults as well as teenagers. What artist doesn't? These shows might do that for me." After the series Faith would have to look elsewhere, but he continued to have hit singles until 1965.
This series has also been seen listed as Adam Faith Sings Songs Old and New.