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Ryan Adams Does The Weather, Writes Jingle For Denver TV Station

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Ryan Adams penned a smooth rap song for Denver7 in exchange of a temporary gig as the channel's meteorologist. The singer-songwriter is scheduled to perform in Denver on Thursday with First Aid Kit.READ MORE

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Huey Lewis Cancels Shows Following Meniere's Disease Diagnosis: What Is It?

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Huey Lewis revealed in a recent post on his website that he is suffering from Meniere's, a disease of the inner ear that causes dizziness and temporary loss of hearing. He canceled all scheduled performances for 2018 to recover.READ MORE

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Ryan Adams To Headline Rolling Stones Tribute Concert Showcasing ‘Exile On Main St.’

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Ryan Adams announced an upcoming Rolling Stone tribute. In a concert he dubbed 'Exile on Bourbon St.,' the singer will perform tracks from the band's 1972 album 'Exile on Main St.'READ MORE

Singer Julian Casablancas onstage with the Voidz in October  2017

Julian Casablancas Addresses Beef With Ryan Adams: Here’s A Recap

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Following the revelations in an explosive book released last year, Julian Casablancas spoke out in a new interview about his beef with Ryan Adams. The musician would prefer to discuss things face to face.READ MORE

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Ryan Adams Performs "My Wrecking Ball" and "Desire" on 'Austin City Limits' [WATCH]

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Utilizing a simple stage setup of a side table cluttered with a lamp and some knickknacks, Ryan Adams performed some soft and personal takes of his songs "My Wrecking Ball" and "Desire" for the TV series 'Austin City Limits.'READ MORE

Carly Rae Jepsen

Best Covers and Remixes of the Week: Carly Rae Jepsen, Hop Along, Strand of Oaks

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This week, there were a number of great covers and remixes from well-known and more underground acts including Hop Along's take on Rage Against The Machine, Strand of Oaks covering Ryan Adams and a spacy remix of Carly Rae Jepsen's 'E•MO•TION' track.READ MORE

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Forecastle 2016 Lineup: Avett Brothers, Alabama Shakes, Ryan Adams Set to Headline

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Forecastle has been the little festival that could as it continues to grow every year from its roots as a small event hosting mostly local Louisville acts to the recently announced 2016 lineup, which includes The Avett Brothers, Alabama Shakes, Ryan Adams and Death Cab For Cutie as headliners.READ MORE

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Dixie Chicks, Sheryl Crow, Ryan Adams & Neil Young Led 2015 Bridge School Benefit Concert

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On October 24 and 25, some of the biggest names in music including Neil Young and Promise of the Real, Ben Harper, Ryan Adams, Dixie Chicks, Sheryl Crow and St. Vincent will perform at the 29th annual Bridge School Benefit Concert, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.READ MORE

 Ryan Adams performs during the Jaguar Land Rover Invictus Games Closing Ceremony at the South Lawn of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Ryan Adams Talks Taylor Swift, Shakespeare and 'Ghostbusters' in New Interview

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Ryan Adams is certainly on a roll with Taylor Swift inspired musical fare as he just released a cover album of her original '1989.' His composition of her works was a major success and Swift approved. Now he is talking Shakespeare, 'Ghostbusters' and the new reigning pop queen herself in a new interview.READ MORE

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Ryan Adams Sings Song About Shirtless Fan and Spoon Covers Van Morrison at Neil Young Benefit

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The first day of Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit concert had some fun surprises including Ryan Adams singing an improvised song to a shirtless fan in the audience as well as Spoon covering Van Morrison's "Jackie Wilson Said (I'm in Heaven When You Smile)."READ MORE

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Ryan Adams Performs Taylor Swift's '1989' Cut 'Welcome to New York' on 'Kimmel' [WATCH]

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Alternative rock virtuoso Ryan Adams appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' last night (October 19) to perform his rendition of Taylor Swift's "Welcome to New York," taken from his recent cover of the pop songstress' latest album 1989. You can watch the fabulous cover being performed live via the clip below.READ MORE

 Taylor Swift performs onstage during the 1989 World Tour at Scottrade Center

Taylor Swift, Ryan Adams Discuss '1989', Songwriting in Video Interview [WATCH]

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Taylor Swift and Ryan Adams have a lot in common. For starters, they both have released and recorded a version of 1989. But, they're also crafty songwriters. In a new video, which accompanies Swift's profile in GQ magazine, the two duo speak about songwriting and lyrical interpretation, just like any old friends would do.READ MORE

Ryan Adams performs on 'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,' 2015

Ryan Adams Covers Taylor Swift 'Bad Blood,' 'Style' and 'Blank Space' on 'The Daily Show'

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Ryan Adams gave his televised debut of his Taylor Swift 1989 cover album on Thursday night (Oct. 1) during the first week of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. For his live performances, the 40-year-old rocker rolled out his versions of 1989 singles "Bad Blood" and "Style." And for those in attendance (and online), he also rolled out an acoustic version of "Blank Space."READ MORE

Drake performs at Coachella, 2015

Drake, Future 'What A Time to Be Alive' Debuts at No. 1 Over Lana Del Rey, Mac Miller Albums

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Drake can claim his second No. 1 album of 2015. After ruling the charts at the top of the year with his surprise mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late, his second release of the year What a Time to Be Alive with Future has also arrived at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. But, Drizzy isn't the only one to reach a high debut: seven new albums from the likes of Lana Del Rey, Mac Miller, David Gilmour and more also start their chart runs on the top 10.READ MORE

Father John Misty

Father John Misty Releases New Song 'The Memo' After Crazy Week

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Father John Misty has had a crazy week, covering Ryan Adams' covers of Taylor Swift in the style of the Velvet Underground, which he later took down due to a spiritual encounter he had with Lou Reed, and accusations of ripping-off a 'Funny or Die' sketch with Dave Franco. He's capping the week off with a new song called "The Memo" released Friday (September 25).READ MORE

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