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Prisoner Tour

Prisoner album coverage at this show

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

Album coverage:
50 %

Photos

Source: Danny Clinch



Source: Riley Fields

Source: Riley Fields

Videos

Where Will You Run?

Wonderwall

Wonderwall

New York, New York

Haunted House

When The Stars Go Blue

Come Pick Me Up

Haunted House

Do You Still Love Me?

New York, New York

Where Will You Run?

Wonderwall

New York, New York

To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)

Magnolia Mountain

Reviews

Huffington Post
The audience stood and cheered while he opened the night with his rock ballad “Do You Still Love Me?” There were no flashes, no cameras in your face. Adams’ fans were actually taking in the moment rather than documenting every second of it ? a welcome change in the current tech-crazy world we live in. The rest of the show was equally as personal, with people singing along to the lyrics of “To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to Be High),” “Gimme Something Good,” and “New York, New York,” which Adams performed solo with a guitar and harmonica. (Lots of girls, and guys for that matter, “woo’d.” And “ooh’d” and “ahh’d.”) [full review here]

Consequence of Sound
Completely seated venues can be tricky business, especially for a rock show that would also skirt into the quieter territories of folk and country. This was Ryan Adams’ first challenge as he took the stage in New York City’s historic Beacon Theatre, a grandiose, three-story venue. The stage is flanked by resplendent 30-foot-tall gold statues of Greek goddesses. Intricate murals line the walls, and a beautiful chandelier hangs from the vaulted ceiling. With sumptuous, red velvet curtains and seats, the venue feels fit for an awards ceremony. But a rock gig? As the lights dimmed, it remained to be seen whether the crowd would stay down or rise to the occasion. [full review here]

Daily News
When the crowd began cheering as Adams strummed the opening chords to “Dirty Rain,” Adams playfully dismissed them. “You don’t know that f--king song. That’s like eight of my songs,” Adams joked. After “Kim” and “Haunted House,” the rest of the band left the stage, leaving Adams alone with an acoustic guitar and harmonica. He played a restrained rendition of “New York, New York,” arguably his biggest hit. [full review here]

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