Ryan Adams has added another bunch of dates to his ongoing solo acoustic tour. Whereas he as previously been paying attention to the two coasts, this time he’s taking a trip down the middle and showing some love to places like Kentucky and Ohio.
The dates are below, and if you can’t make it, at least you’ll be able to see Ryan when he performs on Letterman on December 5th.
1/24 Bethesda, MD – Strathmore
1/25 Cleveland, OH – Ohio Theatre at Playhouse Square
1/27 Ann Arbor, MI – Hill Auditorium (Ann Arbor Folk Fest)
1/28 Cincinnati, OH – Taft Theatre
1/30 Louisville, KY – The Louisville Palace
1/31 St. Louis, MO – Peabody Opera House
2/1 Kansas City, MO – Music Hall
2/3 Denver, CO – Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre
Tickets are onsale Friday. Keep an eye on Ryan Adams’ Facebook page for details.
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