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."
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.
J. Tillman uploaded his own covers of Adams’ covers of Swift in the style of the Velvet Underground.
The disheveled rock laureate strips down Taylor Swift's ubiquitous 2014 album in its entirety.
Adams' '1989' will be available for pre-order on iTunes at midnight tonight.
Last night, Beck and St. Vincent joined the not-so-exclusive club that is Taylor Swift’s '1989' tour surprise guests.
When you think about it, it actually makes perfect sense.