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Prisoner Tour

Prisoner album coverage at this show

Do You Still Love Me?
Haunted House
Shiver And Shake
To Be Without You
Anything I Say To You Now
Outbound Train
Broken Anyway
We Disappear

Album coverage:
41 %


Damn, Sam (I Love A Woman That Rains)




Shakedown On 9th Street


Magnolia Mountain

Let It Ride

To Be Without You

Cold Roses

Fix It

Do You Still Love Me?


When The Stars Go Blue


Santa Barbara Independent
Of course no Adams show would be complete without some kind of audience-interaction incident. At the Granada a woman engaged the star by asking him to encourage everyone in the audience to stand. After pointing out that the Granada is a “theater with seats,” and that the woman was likely blocking the view of someone perhaps too high to stand comfortably, Adams spun out a wild fantasy about Marilyn Manson, Maury Povich, and Rhoda Morgenstern that ended with the punch line “But I missed the whole thing because I was in summer stock.” Like him or not, there’s no one like Ryan Adams. [full review here]

Fan reviews

Short Review
Review by Greg Antoniono

Great seats, 3rd row loge center. 1,500 seat theatre. Ryan starts off strong. Band, save for keyboardist, not impressive. Basically, it's the Ryan show. He plays most leads, few backing vocals. Stage patter is awkward. Audience in rear achieves maximum drunkenness during "Damn Sam." Ryan appears to rebound. Audience still is churlish, bringing out the "retributive" Ryan. Stunning versions of "Imaginary Riverside", "Cold Roses", "Two", "Everybody Knows." Ryan's jokes fall flat because he is clearly pissed off. Some minor technical issues. Show ends, no encore. Basically 8 drunks ruin it for everyone. Thanks, drinks. Ryan could use a stronger band.

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