Ryan Adams Caves In, Finally Covers Bryan Adams' 'Summer of '69'

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Ryan Adams performs live on stage as part of the iTunes Festival at The Roundhouse on Sept. 21, 2014 in London, England. 

Forget the "Summer of '69" -- today is the best day of your life.

Thirteen long years after Ryan Adams ejected a heckler from Nashville's Ryman Auditorium for requesting Bryan Adams' hokey classic rock staple at his show, the unthinkable has happened: Ryan Adams played Bryan Adams' "Summer of '69."

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It looks like Ryan Adams has done a lot of growing since then. According to Billboard's report from Oct. 17, 2002, "the alt-country musician found the fan who made the joke request, paid him $30 cash as a refund for the show, ordered him to leave, and said he wouldn't play another note until that happened."

Now, that fan has been vindicated. Thirteen years later, at the exact same venue, Ryan Adams finally caved in and covered Bryan Adams' signature hit.

No, this doesn't mean Ryan Adams has forgiven fans for confusing him with Bryan Adams -- it means Ryan Adams has forgiven himself

May the world rejoice.