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Ryan Adams confirms west coast dates

Monday, November 26, 2007 – R yan Adams and his Cardinals confirmed their first dates of 2008 Monday with a string of west coast dates.

Adams just released an EP, "Follow the Lights," while offering "Easy Tiger" earlier this year. Two new songs on "Follow The Lights" (the title track and "My Love For You Is Real") will be featured prominently in the ABC primetime drama "October Road," which premiered Thanksgiving night.

Tour dates are:

Jan. 16 - Tulsa, OK - Cain's Ballroom
Jan. 18 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theater
Jan. 19 - San Diego - Spreckels Theatre
Jan. 21 - Santa Barbara, CA - Arlington Theater
Jan. 22 - Claremont, CA - Bridges Auditorium
Jan. 23 - San Rafael, CA - Marin Center
Jan. 25 - Salem, OR - Elsinore Theater
Jan. 26 - Seattle - Paramount Theater
Jan. 28 - Berkeley, CA - Zellerbach Hall
Jan. 30 - Los Angeles - UCLA Royce Hall

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CD review - Easy Tiger Ryan Adams is a freak. Every other week - it seems - there's a new Adams release, and each is different from the one before. This shows he is also getting good at making stylistic wardrobe changes, too. "Tears Of Gold" is pedal steel country, while "Pearls On A String" rolls bluegrass-y with its prominent banjo. He can be vocally gravelly and world weary one moment, then suddenly switch to a Rufus Wainwright-like falsetto as he does on "Two Hearts. ...
CD review - 29 Madness, sadness, love, crime, death, hope, drugs, booze and religion. Ryan Adams wrote the songs throughout his tumultuous and confusing twenties. It's a compelling confusion - full of complex stories and recurring themes that fit a cohesive concept. A track that would have fit Adams' 2005 albums recorded with the Cardinals, "Carolina Rain" is all pedal steel and Southern Gothic storytelling. But "29" is a solo effort, with producer Ethan Johns providing most of the ...
CD review - Jacksonville City Nights You’d think an artist as prolific as Ryan Adams has been in the last few years would find it difficult to stick to a certain kind of genre over the course of an album. And indeed, his sprawling major-label debut, “Gold,” included everything from a Stones-y rave up to soulful ballads tinged with Van Morrison. After spelunking into 1990s style rock on “Rock n Roll” and dirgeful melodrama on “Love Is Hell,” however, Adams is making some of the most focused - and best - music of his career. ...

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