Ryan Adams has been praised as “one of rock’s most talented songwriters” (SPIN). The 7-time Grammy-nominated artist has 16 studio albums to his name, accumulating millions of sales. He has produced albums for esteemed musicians including Willie Nelson, Jesse Malin, and Jenny Lewis and has collaborated with some of music’s most influential artists such as Weezer, Fall Out Boy, America, and many more.
Ryan’s profound contributions to music have taken many different forms. From his songwriting to his producing, to fronting the rock/alternative country band Whiskeytown, and forming, “Ryan Adams & The Cardinals,” his ability to connect with audiences across a variety of different mediums is undeniable. Adams’ musical creativity was recognized early on and led to his NME Best Solo Artist win in both 2003 and 2004. In addition to his self-titled, double-Grammy-nominated 2014 album, Ryan’s catalog includes Heartbreaker, Ashes & Fire, Easy Tiger, Cold Roses, Jacksonville City Nights, Love Is Hell, his 2001 major label debut Gold, and more.
Ryan’s artistry is not limited to his songwriting capabilities. In 2009, he published Infinity Blues, a book of free verse poetry about his journey to self-realization, and Hello Sunshine, a collection of poems and short stories. Ryan’s passion for writing continues, and he is currently working on his first novel. His music has spanned multiple musical genres and has been incorporated in film and television specials such as Judd Apatow’s top-grossing production Bridesmaids, This is 40, popular HBO TV series True Blood and Felicity, and his song, ‘Stay Alive’ appeared in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, starring Ben Stiller
In November 2014, Ryan performed a two-night engagement at New York’s famed Carnegie Hall, which turned into a critically acclaimed live album on PAX-AM records, a label specifically for his music releases.
Ryan is widely known for his powerful shows performed all over the world and is regarded for his prolific songwriting. He has been praised by many music icons including Noel Gallagher, Taylor Swift, and the legendary Elton John, who described him as the “fabulous one.”
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