Ryan Adams’s new song “Doylestown Girl” premiered on Philadelphia radio station WXPN this morning. You can stream it below.
Ryan Adams will release the first, of three, new albums on April 19th. The track listing and artwork for Big Colors can be found below.
Ryan Adams has announced he’s going to release three albums this year and shared the artwork for the first, Big Colors, on Twitter.
William Ryan Key wants your photos for his new “Old Friends” music video. You can submit nostalgic photos of you and your friends to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ryan Adams has debuted his new song “105.5 The Colorado Sound” on the website the song is about.
Ryan Adams performed on the season finale of The Voice last night.
Ryan Adams has shared the new song “Baby I Love You” on Spotify and Apple Music.
Ryan Adams’s cover of Tegan and Sara’s “Back in Your Head” is up for stream on Spotify.
Ryan Adams performed “Doomsday” on Kimmel last night.
Ryan Adams covered “Black Hole Sun” as a tribute to Chris Cornell at his show in New Zealand over the weekend.
Ryan Adams performed “Prisoner” last night on Corden.
Ryan Adams performed “Outbound Train” on Colbert last night.
Ryan Adams has released 17 b-sides from Prisoner on Spotify and Apple Music.
Ryan Adams and John Mayer teamed up at John’s concert in Los Angeles to perform “Come Pick Me Up.”
Ryan Adams covered Bruce Springsteen’s “Streets Of Philadelphia” for BBC Radio 6.
Ryan Adams performed “Do You Still Love Me?” last night on James Corden’s show.
Ryan Adams has announced a new tour. Dates are below.
Ryan Adams made what was, to my ears, his best record ever with 2014’s self-titled effort. More diverse and consistent than Heartbreaker and less bloated than Gold, Love Is Hell, and Cold Roses, Ryan Adams was a tight, taut, and tense collection of songs that saw Adams dealing with the loss of his grandmother and the pressures of a troubled marriage. Two and a half years later, the once-prolific Adams returns with the proper follow-up to his self-titled record, and it’s the closest he’s ever come to making a sequel. Prisoner carries many of the sonic and lyrical hallmarks of its predecessor, from the reverb-heavy production to the clear influence of 1980s Springsteen and Petty records. “Do You Still Love Me,” the opener and lead single, even bears a strong resemblance to the last record’s first track, “Gimme Something Good.”