Singer-songwriter Ryan Adams is at work recording another studio album. A number of recent posts to Instagram have given samples of the new tracks, with the most recent update also eliciting a comment from Adams that hints at his tour plans for 2018.
Adams’ most recent studio update notes he was joined by Todd Wisenbaker on guitar, Charlie Stavish on bass and Aaron Ficca on drums, with keyboardist Ben Alleman still set to track his part. A previous Instagram update indictaed the sessions had produced “7 songs so far.” Adams issued the standalone single “Baby I Love You” on Valentine’s Day and last year released the studio album Prisoner and a collection of B-sides from the record.
Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado will welcome Ryan Adams & The Unknown Band with support from First Aid Kit on June 14. Currently the only date Adams has scheduled for 2018, a response in the comments of his Instagram studio update hinted there may not be many other opportunities to see him live this year.
A suggestion from a commentator to “come down to Taos” after playing Red Rocks this summer was met with the following response from Adams:
if people wanna see a show this year they should get red rocks tickets. Trust me on that
Check out Adams’ Instagram posts from his Pax AM studio facility in Hollywood, California below:
- Upcoming Shows
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