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Ryan Adams

02 Academy, Leeds, England




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Ryan Adams
Tod Wisenbaker
Aaron Ficca
Charlie Stavish
Ben Alleman

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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:
58 %


Source: Ryan Adams


Invisible Riverside

Come Pick Me Up



Yorkshire Evening Post
The prolific North Carolina musician is like a man reborn tonight, strapping on a flying-V guitar for the opening statement of intent ‘Do You Still Love Me?’ In unapologetic classic rock mode, the track testifies to the slogan on his merchandise: ‘I’m a metal-head but I play sad music’. It’s this underlying sadness that’s seen him bridge his well documented love of Morrissey – themes of loneliness and heartache are shot through his lyrics – with that of hard rock. In this spirit ‘I Just Might’ has the thundering guitar lines of AC/DC and the heavy blues of closing number ‘Shakedown On 9th Street’ – on which support act Karen Elson adds vocals – splutters into action like The Stooges. [full review here]

Two years on from his last visit, the enfant terrible was back in town, and for those who were worried that he might be in danger of settling down, you can stop worrying: Ryan Adams has definitely growing into an adult terrible just the way we’d want him to. At O2 Academy in Leeds on Monday, September 18th, pieces from his most recent album, Prisoner (QRO review), featured heavily on the set list, but despite the relative quietness of that album, Adams took no prisoners with an excellent four-piece tour band for company. “These songs are all starting to sound like fucking Judas Priest songs,” he said at one point in the set, and it was true. This was Adams at his rocking-est with many numbers, including compelling versions of “Invisible Riverside” and the once folky “Magnolia Mountain” delivered with extended jams. [full review here]

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