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Why see Ryan Adams?

Note to self, see Ryan Adams.

The Alt-country singer songwriter is back on the road, zig-zagging the country with his sound. Since emerging in the early 00s, Adams has met with critical acclaim for his intimate and honest output. His first record, Heartbreaker was introduced the world to his bitter-sweet mind and he was touted as the new Gram Parsons.

Since his debut, he has made intense and incredible music that speaks to the nation. From gaining a certain reputation in his early career, he has explored his life experience, leading to a more mature approach. He has since collaborated with artists as diverse as Willie Nelson and Weezer, and released a full album cover of Taylor swift's 1989.

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Finished Jun 21


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14 reviews, average rating: (2.9 Stars)


Ryan adams has made his comeback

Ryan's solo shows are absolutely breathtakingly beautiful. The Cardinals shows are like seeing your fave band jamming. Ryan and all the guys seemed so happy and having the time of their lives , a true site to witness. I would 100% go to either again and again. Im so thrilled Ryan is back to making music and touring . He was missed ! ... Read more

Rick Graham

So Happy

I have seen Ryan Adams live twice,, once at the Acadamy of Music with the Cardinals in Philly and the other at the Parx Casino in Bensalem this past weekend. Thirteen years had passed and a lot of personal consumption of the music had since entered my mind. I was thoroughly amazed at the talent that was in front of me on stage and was proud for my close friends to hear and see this with me. He is so under rated and also obviously haunted by his internal demons. His honesty when addressing the audience made me think…aren’t we all haunted!. I would like to address what was earlier said about an unruly audience. I think part of the beauty and allure of Ryan Adams is that he thrives on humanity and more importantly the security of those that delve in it with him in a venue during the show. When his second song started with him thunderously banging on the piano with his ass theatrically mimicking the sound, it is inevitable that he would receive a few lightening strikes from the audience . He came out in to the audience in search of Tim and found the audience around him were all ears and love. Andrea!!! The venue…it’s intimacy and sound far out did the Acadamy. I am so curious as to his future and fortune. I hope he can hold on to it for his sister. Go Eagles!!! ... Read more

Greg D from Pittsburgh

re Ryan Adams Granada

Sorry, you must have left early. "Come pick me up" was his last song, and it was awesome. Great acoustic concert and the sound was better than his recordings. The only "issue" was a poorly tuned piano, which he turned into a hilarious impromptu song(s) throughout the night. ... Read more


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