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Ryan Adams announces tour dates

Friday, June 1, 2007 – With the release of "Easy Tiger" set for later this month, Ryan Adams announced a batch of North American tour dates. As on the album, out June 25, Adams will be accompanied by The Cardinals, a group that on this tour will include Easy Tiger producer Jamie Candiloro on piano.

Dates are:
Monday, June 18 - Minneapolis - Cedar Cultural Center
Wednesday, June 20 - Detroit - Gem Theater
Friday, June 22 - Toronto ON - Enmax Theatre
Saturday, June 23 - Burlington, Vt. - Higher Ground
Thursday, June 28 - Philadelphia - The Theater of the Living Arts
Friday, June 29 - Boston - Somerville Theater

The Cardinals are Neal Casal - guitar, Brad Pemberton - drums, Chris Feinstein - bass, Jon Graboff - pedal steel and Jamie Candiloro - piano.


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