Ryan Adams Prunes 'Cold Roses'
Ever-prolific singer/songwriter Ryan Adams has three releases on tap this year, the first of which will arrive May 3 via Lost Highway.Ever-prolific singer/songwriter Ryan Adams has three releases on tap this year, the first of which will arrive May 3 via Lost Highway. The 18-song, double-disc "Cold Roses" is credited to Ryan Adams and the Cardinals, consisting of guitarists J.P. Bowersock and Cindy Cashdollar, drummer Brad Pemberton and bassist Catherine Popper. Rachael Yamagata guests on "Cold Roses" and "Let It Ride."
"Cold Roses" will be followed this summer by the album "September," and in the fall by the set "29," produced by longtime collaborator Ethan Johns.
Adams' output has reportedly been the subject of much discussion at Lost Highway; although its veracity could not be confirmed at deadline, a humorous conversation between the artist and two label executives about how to manage all these releases is posted on Adams' official Web site.
Adams has announced a handful of spring tour dates, beginning April 27 in Northampton, Mass., and running through May 9 in Asheville, N.C.
Here is the track list for "Cold Roses":
"When Will You Come Back Home?"
"Now That You're Gone"
"How Do You Keep Love Alive"
"Let It Ride"
"If I Am a Stranger"
"Dance All Night"
"Life Is Beautiful"
Here are Adams' tour dates:
April 27: Northampton, Mass. (Calvin Theater)
April 28: Burlington, Vt. (Higher Ground)
April 29: Hampton Beach, N.H. (Casino Ballroom)
May 1: Montreal (Spectrum)
May 3: Toronto (Phoenix Concert Theatre)
May 4: Cleveland (House of Blues)
May 6: Columbus, Ohio (PromoWest Pavilion)
May 7: Knoxville, Tenn. (Tennessee Theatre)
May 9: Asheville, N.C. (Thomas Wolfe Auditorium)