An American singer songwriter who has ties to alternative country, rock, punk rock and and even pop rock. He is not afraid of taking a stand when it comes to his music, often times creating a rift with collaborators and the public. While Adams is known for his solo career, he started with the groups “Whiskeytown” and “The Cardinals,” releasing three and five studio albums, respectively. He married actress Mandy Moore and shortly there after released his 13th studio album in 2011, “Ashes & Fire,” which reached number 7 on the top Billboard charts, his second top 10. The album came after the disbandment of The Cardinals and a break from music altogether, the single “Lucky Now” is about his time in New York and with his now deceased friend and former band mate, Chris Feinstein. In 2014, he released his 14th studio album “Ryan Adams.” With his sultry voice and simplicity of his instruments this album will resonate with the softer side of your music palate. It is a more mature and fully realized album for Adams. Singles include “Gimme Something Good,” My Wrecking Ball” and “Trouble,” This prolific writer and singer will be touring this year and you don’t want to miss his unique storytelling through his music. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Ryan Adams Tickets.
Ryan Adams 2015 Tour
He has already hit Europe and will be touring stateside starting April 12, 2015 in Coachella, CA heading towards Texas, Nashville, New York and many other places through out the US. His latest album, “Ryan Adams,” was produced by his label Pax Am, and was not the original album he set forth to produce. He scrapped the original idea and produced this self-titled album, which reveals a self-realized Adams. The tour features opener Jenny Lewis, whose 2014 album “The Voyager” was produced by Adams. They are backed by a five-piece band and vintage arcade games; giving the audience that nostalgic feeling of listening to your neighborhood garage band, only better!
Ryan Adams 2012 Tour
In 2011, Ryan Adams released “Ashes & Fire,” his solo album after the disbandment of The Cardinals. It was a different Ryan Adams than fans expected; the concerts were subdued with darkly lit stages that consisted of a rug, a chair, a solitary piano, and two acoustic guitars. He blew fans away with this more gentle side. His set list included “Oh My Sweet Carolina,” “Dirty Rain” and “If I am A Stranger.” With his troubled past weaved into each song, Adams fans were not disappointed as he traveled throughout the U.S.