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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 %


Do You Still Love Me?

Everybody Knows

Let It Ride

When The Stars Go Blue

Dirty Rain

Magnolia Mountain


St. Louis Post-Despatch
Adams played a handful of songs from his most recent album, “Prisoner,” but also culled favorites from older albums such as “Heartbreaker,” “Gold” and “Ryan Adams.” Among the highlights were a slow, soulful take on “Dirty Rain;” “Prisoner,” which began as a solo acoustic number, then escalated as the band kicked in and Adams threw down a wild guitar solo; and a countrified take on “Let It Ride” that Adams said would be “the chillest version of this song we’ve ever played.” For whatever reason, the band was joined onstage by a black-hooded figure wearing a demon mask and playing a tambourine. “Friend of the devil,” Adams quipped, calling back the Grateful Dead theme once again. [full review here]

From "To Be Young..." to the close of the show, we were treated to a great sampling of "alt-country," "indie rock," and what Adams has always done best, "rock 'n' roll." Simply put, he visibly and sonically puts everything he has into his shows. This wasn't my first proverbial rodeo with Ryan's performances, given I have travelled to Nashville and other places in the past to see him. I will only add that this was my favorite performance out of a slew of concerts of his, and perhaps his recently found sobriety has something to do with this. I don't know. I do know that my friend and I both went in very skeptically and came out with huge grins and ears not ringing quite hard enough. Forget all of this and go back through his catalog of great albums of which there are many. Ryan Adams picked so many tunes from such a wide, deep and lifelong devotion to his craft, that there is nothing to find fault in him other than what he's probably thought himself. I loved last Tuesday, though Wednesd [full review here]

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