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."
Although Ryan Adams might have been running out on fumes by the time he recorded '29,' the underrated album contains at least two legitimate classics.
Ryan Adams just celebrated his 41st birthday, but he's already back to work in the studio, and lucky for us, he shared a preview of a brand-new song.
At Neil Young's annual Bridge School Benefit, Spoon covered Van Morrison's "Jackie Wilson Said," and Ryan Adams riffed on a shirtless member of the audience.
Adams described the transition from his own work to Swift's as “being in 'Ghostbusters' or something, and then all of a sudden I have to go do Shakespeare.”
Ryan Adams welcomed 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to its temporary new home in New York City by fittingly delivering his take on Taylor Swift's "Welcome to New York."
Adams and Swift talked Siri, finding song inspiration in their dreams and their creative processes.
Adams' '1989' will be available on CD on Oct. 30. A vinyl edition will follow on Dec. 18.
Ryan Adams was the first musical guest on Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show' and he brought three Taylor Swift covers from his version of '1989.'