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RYAN ADAMS is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 15.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb Performance I went alone to see this brilliant artist & was not disappointed. Great venue, great atmosphere.
Date published: 2017-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Out of this world! Awesome gig! Ryan Adams rocked. Absolutely the best. Loved it
Date published: 2017-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great show as usual Take the best bits from Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young live shows and you get Ryan Adams
Date published: 2017-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ryan Adams Jesus Christ he was good. Bye.
Date published: 2017-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First Class delivery by Ryan It was the first time I had seen Ryan Adams.From the second he launched into Do You Still Love Me it was virtually none stop.Two hours and 24 tracks later he left us. An amazing performance where Ryan gave us everything,a very talented guy with a great voice and self taught guitarist held in high regard throughout the music fraternity.A man that eats,sleeps and drinks music
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gimme something good .. Splendid evening , slick playing illustrated the range of song writing and musicianship of the whole band. Expertly staged.
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gimme Something Great He came out and smashed out Do you Still Love Me?, To Be Young and Gimme Something Good like they were from the same album. Live, Ryan has got tighter and tighter over the years, especially with The Cardinals- but this was the next level- helped by a bold setlist that spans his entire discography. Next This House Is Not For Sale and Two- proving that he could still elevate these to the thrashing brilliance of the openers, and so it continued on... After Everybody Knows he searched for a guitar to no avail and abandoned the hunt to thrash out Doomsday in the same tight vein. He blamed his glasses. I blamed his wild hair- but didn't care- he was on form. The instrumentals were coming through- this was quality live music, backed up all the way by great bass and guitar, you could not fail but to be in awe of the organ and drums that seemed to surprise and energise like you forgot what rock could be- and this was a night for me- like being born again. Then he got an acoustic guitar from somewhere to play Prisoner- and he didn't put any tracks down and loop them round and round- and everyone was giddy- it felt like he'd almost rushed through the set it was that tight- to get to this point, and people were giddy- the acoustic guitar was abandoned halfway through the song to smash out more instrumental at the end- and it was perfect- but it was also like Ryan was just jamming and testing out the immense sound of this band he's found. It was raw and reaching and tight and rehearsed all at once- testament to Ryan long standing brilliance- how old is he- he's young right- younger than he is- and getting younger and wiser by the day, judging by this show. He treated Leeds to Dear Chicago to appease a would be stalker who sent some eighty odd messages with the request- that small but significant song on Demolition that starts and ends so sad- and here it was heavy- with those drums and the way Ryan has thrashed his guitar through his latest albums, it could be nothing but. It was perfect. Magnolia Mountain wouldn't end, and no one wanted it to- it was like The Who had got a hold of it and made a rock opera. New York, New York has never done anything but excite- but it was better than that. Ending on Shakedown on 9th Street the roof was about to be blown off the building- and no one would have noticed for all of the smoke. The only disappointment of the night is that it had to end- or maybe that was what was so perfect about it! Gotta go again.
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great performance pity about the crowd It was my second time seeing Ryan Adams in the usher hall. The venue is stunning with great sound. I was in the standing section which has a sloping floor so getting a good view was easy no matter your height. Ryan's performance was as usual great going from full electric with band to solo acoustic. There were a few surprises in the set list which is always good and after seeing him perform on 8 previous tours it was good to hear a couple of songs you wouldn't normally hear and the new songs came over really well live . Now that's the good things out the way so it's onto the bad ones. It was probably one of the most annoying crowds I have ever been part of. After having a few young students shout a conversation at each other for two songs and have to put up with another couple sing and holler through a couple is acoustic songs we decided to find another spot where unfortunately we had to listen to people chatter and shout over the music for pretty much the whole night. I'm not sure why people bother paying good money to attend events just to ignore the bands and annoy everyone around them with their boring and loud rundown of their day.
Date published: 2017-09-17
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