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Adams announces tour

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 – With his forthcoming "Ashes & Fire" coming Oct. 11 on PAX-AM/Capitol), Ryan Adams has confirmed a new leg of North American dates. The new dates run from Dec. 2 at Philadelphia's Academy of Music through Dec. 13 at the State Theater in Minneapolis and include a Dec. 6 stop of New York's Carnegie Hall.

Preceded by the single Lucky Now, an NPR Music First Listen album preview and an Oct. 10 appearance on TBS Conan, the CD has 11 songs. The record was produced by Glyn Johns, renowned for his work with the likes of The Beatles, Bob Dylan, The Clash and The Rolling Stones, and whose son Ethan produced previous Adams landmarks including "Heartbreaker" and "Gold." The record also features guest turns from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers keyboardist Benmont Tench and Norah Jones, who contributes piano and backing vocals to several tracks.

Tour dates are:

Oct. 11 San Diego, CA - Balboa Theater

Oct. 13 Big Sur, CA - Henry Miller Library

Oct. 14 San Francisco, CA - Herbst Theater

Oct. 15 Napa, CA - Uptown Theater

Oct. 17 Santa Cruz, CA - The Rio

Oct. 18 Sacramento, CA - Crest Theatre

Oct. 20 Eugene, OR - The Shedd

Oct. 21 Seattle, WA - Benaroya

Dec. 2 Philadelphia, PA - Academy of Music

Dec. 4 Baltimore, MD - Lyric Opera House

Dec. 6 New York, NY - Carnegie Hall

Dec. 8 Boston, MA - Orpheum Theatre

Dec. 10 Toronto, ON - Winter Garden Theatre

Dec. 11 Chicago, IL - Cadillac Place

Dec. 13 Minneapolis, MN - State Theatre


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