Ryan Adams did the reverse-Bob Dylan by unplugging at Newport this weekend.
It isn't often that you see a headliner covering songs by the opening act. But during his July 13 stop in Pittsburgh, Ryan Adams made an exception for Noel Gallagher.
Adams will revisit his solo debut in a 35-track expanded reissue featuring previously unreleased outtakes and demos.
Other artists playing the annual benefit concert in Minneapolis include Death Cab for Cutie, Gary Clark Jr. and Cold War Kids.
Josh Tillman says his spoof of Adams' covers album turned out to be a "comedy of errors" and describes seeing Swift's concert on acid as just plain "disturbing."
Sufjan Stevens, Grimes, Jason Isbell and the Claypool Lennon Delirium are also among the acts playing San Francisco's Golden Gate Park this August.
This year's SXSW is just around the corner and the annual Austin festival has unveiled the massive lineup including Iggy Pop, the Strokes, CHVRCHES and Deftones.
Brandi Carlile, Father John Misty and Kurt Vile will also play the Philadelphia festival this July.
Postmodern troubadour Ryan Adams appeared on last night's episode of the PBS series 'Austin City Limits' and opted towards intimacy during his set.
The hair-obscured singer played "Desire," "My Wrecking Ball," "Gimme Something Good" and "If I Am a Stranger."