Justin Alexander Adams (born 1961) is an English guitarist and composer who works in blues and African styles.
Born in London, the son of a diplomat, Adams spent some of his early childhood growing up in Egypt, before returning with his family to England.
He began his career in music in the 1980s with the band The Impossible Dreamers. He then joined Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart.
His first solo album was Desert Road in 2001, and he also wrote the score for Elaine Proctor's 2000 film Kin.
Adams co-wrote the 2005 Robert Plant album Mighty Rearranger, and is a producer. He has worked with Saharan desert blues group Tinariwen, whose first and third albums he produced, Robert Plant's Strange Sensation band, and has collaborated with Brian Eno, Sinéad O'Connor, Lo'Jo and musicians from African, Arabic and Irish traditions.