The whole thing.
“I am very tired but it’s no excuse to be cruel to others, even if they have shown me that same meanness.”
“I should’ve forced them to get addicted to writing better songs. Too bad The Killers did it for them.”
Adams serves an ace.
Ahead of his Australian shows, Ryan Adams opens up about storytelling, navigating the strangeness of life and his bare-all interview with Marc Maron.
*searches for clues*
A great tribute to The Boss.
Guess who’s back!
Because it’s not everyone’s season to be jolly.
A song about a cat, space, time travel, love, telekinesis, vivid dreams and telepathy.
That includes his cover of The Strokes’ ‘Is This It’.
Your only chance to see him this December, apparently.
Clear your diary.
The album is out in November.
“It was holy. It was psychedelic. She fully impregnated my dilated soul with her ideology”
This is the very definition of meta. Yesterday Ryan Adams dropped his cover album of Taylor Swift’s 1989 and now Joshua Tillman, better known as Father John Misty, has covered two of those of those (already covered) songs, adopting the style of The Velvet Underground. Done with just a hint of sarcasm, Tillman popped a
Ryan Adams recently launched a bid for the crown of World’s Biggest Taylor Swift Fan by pledging to cover every single song on the pop star’s monster 1989 album, and as further proof that he ain’t pulling a Swiftie, here’s his official full rendition of Bad Blood. The noted purveyor of heartfelt alt country rock
Ryan Adams is a man of his word and when he tells you he’s started covering every song on Taylor Swift’s smash hit album 1989, you better believe him. Then again, if it’s concrete proof you’re after, he’s got that too. After announcing his project on social media this week and effectively making Taylor Swift‘s
Purveyor of heartfelt alt country rock tunes Ryan Adams is apparently a major Taylor Swift fan, so much so that he’s covering her smash hit latest album 1989 , full of pop gems, in its entirety. The master of heartbreaking, stripped down covers – lest we forget his recent tribute to “that bastard” Dave Grohl