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Ryan Adams U.S. Tour to Kick Off March 2

Lost Highway recording artist Ryan Adams is set to kick off his nationwide headlining tour in support of his critically acclaimed CD “Rock N Roll,” as well as his two EPs, “Love Is Hell Part 1” and “Love Is Hell Part 2.” The tour will begin March 2 in Columbia, MO, and will include a show at Los Angeles’ Wiltern Theatre on March 13.

Released November 4, “Rock N Roll” marks a departure for Adams. The album features 12 electrified songs inspired by some of his musical influences, including The Smiths, U2 and the Replacements. While he continues to heighten his reputation as one of today’s most prolific songwriters, “Rock N Roll” is his first release on which he played all of the guitars and many of the other instruments.

“Rock N Roll” was produced by James Barber, and features the single “So Alive,” which Adams recently performed on The Late Show with David Letterman. The video for “So Alive” recently became one of M2’s Handpicked videos.

Ryan Adams 2004 US Tour Dates

  • March 2 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
  • March 3 Oklahoma City, OK Bricktown Brewery
  • March 5 Austin, TX Austin Music Hall
  • March 6 Dallas, TX Granada Theatre
  • March 9 Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre
  • March 10 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
  • March 13 Los Angeles, CA Wiltern Theatre
  • March 16 San Francisco, CA Warfield Theatre
  • March 19 Portland, OR Roseland Theatre
  • March 20 Seattle, WA Paramount Ballroom
  • March 22 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
  • March 24 Salt Lake City, UT Bricks Club
  • March 26 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium
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