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Event Archive - *** Now NO MINORS & MOVED TO THE COMMODORE ***: Ryan Adams

Sat. July 28th 2007 8pm doors at 7pm The Commodore Ballroom (No Minors) 8pm doors at 7pm
Moved, note new venue $39.50/25+
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations
Presented by: Live Nation
DUE TO THE CLOSURE OF THE ORPHEUM THEATRE THE RYAN ADAMS & THE CARDINALS CONCERT HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE COMMODORE BALLROOM ON SUNDAY JULY 29TH. TICKETS PURCHASED FOR THE ORPHEUM SHOW WILL BE HONORED AT THE DOOR. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND THE SUNDAY JULY 29TH SHOW REFUNDS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT POINT OF PURCHASE UP UNTIL 5PM SUNDAY JULY 29TH.

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on sale fri 6/22 @ 10am

Ryan Adams’ ninth album, Easy Tiger, comes two years after his busiest period yet. In 2005 he released three albums, including a double, with backing band the Cardinals, as well as a solo record, 29. All were well-received by reviewers and fans.

The North Carolina-raised talent has always been a maverick. From his early days fronting the alt-country act Whiskeytown to the solo career begun in 2000 with the release of his debut Heartbreaker, Adams has been breaking rules while remaining at the forefront of the roots-rock movement. Appearing with pop star Elton John (an admitted fan) on CMT’s Crossroads, forming a punk rock band with friend Jesse Malin, releasing three albums in one year (Cold Roses, Jacksonville City Nights, and 29, all in 2005), recording a Grammy-nominated version of the Oasis song “Wonderwall”, and producing a Willie Nelson album have marked Adams as a talent that won’t be pigeonholed. Through it all he’s had hit albums, including the Grammy-nominated Gold, his second solo disc, which yielded his best-known song, “New York, New York”. Ryan Adams has cemented his rep as one of the most consistent and prolific talents, as well as one of the most engaging and exciting performers, of his generation.
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