Debut Performance at the Royal Albert Hall 19th March to benefit Teenage Cancer Trust
New Songs From Upcoming Album to be Unveiled at First Full Band Show in nearly 4 Years
Ryan Adams will play his first ever set at London's Royal Albert Hall on 19th March in a special performance to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust.
This very special performance will be Adams' first with a full backing band in nearly 4 years. The show will feature the debut of new songs from his as-yet-untitled new album due for release in the autumn alongside classics from his extensive catalogue. The new record reunites Adams with legendary producer and Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Glyn Johns (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Clash etc.) who also produced his last album "Ashes & Fire." Released in October of 2011, "Ashes & Fire" hit the UK Top 10 on release - making it Adams' most successful album in Britain to date.
While most tickets for the show are already sold out, a small number of choir stall seats have just been put on sale for o35 and can be purchased via the following outlets:
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Ryan Adams is a multiple-Grammy-nominated and BRIT-nominated singer songwriter from Jacksonville, NC whose critically acclaimed and commercially successful albums both as a solo artist and with the Cardinals have included 'Heartbreaker' (2000), 'Gold' (2001), 'Love Is Hell' (2004), 'Cold Roses' (2005), 'Easy Tiger' (2007) and 'Ashes & Fire' (2011). Adams is also the CEO of his own PAX-AM label through which he has released numerous singles, and The Cardinals double album 'III/IV,' among others. He is also an accomplished author, with two books - Infinity Blues and Hello Sunshine - released by independent publisher Akashic.