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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Recent Miscellaneous Setlists/Interviews

1/19 - Zane Lowe Beats 1 Radio Interview
Zane Lowe premiers Ryan's latest single - "Doomsday". He also does a 20 minute interview with him where they discuss the new album, the stories behind "Shiver and Shake" and "Do You Still Love Me", his side project - Ad Company, his recent work with Liz Phair and Jenny Lewis, and talks about the possibility of a Whiskeytown reunion.

1/21 - A Prairie Home Companion, Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA
This performance was hosted by Chris Thile (Nickelcreek) and featured performances from Kevin Nealon, Kacey Musgraves, and Justin Hurwitz. Ryan played 4 songs in total. Chris Thile joined him on mandolin for all songs except "Doomsday" while Kacey Musgraves sang backing vocals on "I Love You But I Don't Know What to Say".
To Be Without You/Doomsday/Ashes and Fire/I Love You But I Don't Know What to Say

1/24 - BBC 6 Interview with Lauren Laverne
Ryan talks about the making of his new album, songwriting, producing Jenny Lewis, working with Don Was, and mentions he's working on 2 new books (one about Whiskeytown's early years and the other a science fiction novel). He also plays a couple songs on acoustic guitar.
To Be Without You/Do You Still Love Me/Streets of Philadelphia (Bruce Springsteen)

1/25 - The Speed of Sound with Kyle Meredith, WFPK, 91.9, Louisville, KY
Ryan called in from England for a half hour interview. He talks at great length about politics and spends a little time talking about the new record and his love of metal music.

1/25 - ??? (Courthouse), London, England
Ryan played a top secret/invite only show in an old courtroom in West London. The event was put on by Virgin Records and was mostly for people in the music industry. For the first hour, Ryan was interviewed, then he proceeded to play the entire new album plus a brand new song he wrote earlier that day called "Go Fuck Yourself Donald Trump" and a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Streets of Philadelphia".

1/26 - The Radio 2 Arts Show with Jonathan Ross, BBC Radio 2, London, England
Informative and pretty funny interview. Ryan talks about the new album, his Taylor Swift cover album - 1989, pinball, cats, Treadwells bookstore, and plays a buried treasure (Greg Sage's "Straight Ahead").

1/26 - Rough Trade East, London, England
15 Songs plus an improv song about dune buggies. Ryan played 2 songs that he said were recorded for the new album but left off ("Was I Wrong" and "Still a Cage"). "16 Days" was a short metal version. This was an in-store performance for fans who pre-ordered the new album.
Do You Still Love Me?/Doomsday/Haunted House/Tightrope/Breakdown/Outbound Train/Prisoner/Broken Anyway/We Disappear/Was I Wrong/Still a Cage/To Be Without You/Rats in the Wall/16 Days/Streets of Philadelphia (Bruce Springsteen)

1/26 - Shoplifting with Ryan Adams, Rough Trade East Podcast, London, England
Following his in-store performance at Rough Trade East, Ryan was interviewed and played guest DJ for an hour. During the interview, he talks about the Prisoner box set and talks about some of his all-time favorite records.

1/27 - The Spectrum Sessions, Sirius XM Radio
Doomsday/Outbound Train/Do You Still Love Me?/Run to You (Bryan Adams)

1/27 - The Music Show with Andrew Ford, Radio National, Sydney, Australia
In this 20 minute interview, Ryan talks about the new album, working with Glyn Johns, his Taylor Swift covers album, and working as a producer.

1/27 - The Soup Kitchen, Manchester, England
Ryan performed a last minute pop-up show in the basement of this restaurant for a crowd of somewhere around 150 people. I'm still trying to find a setlist but according to reviews, he played the entire new album and 2 improv songs ("Let's Get Divorced" and "Don't Upset the Dancers").

1/28 -- BBC Breakfast,  BBC1 News Show
Ryan was interviewed during a brief segment on this early morning tv show. Ryan talks about his recent pop-up show at The Soup Kitchen, his new album, and his love of The Smiths. They also broadcast the music video for "Do You Still Love".

1/28 - The Radio Leary Show with Jo Whiley, BBC Radio 2
Jo Whiley filled in for Dermot O'Leary and interviewed Ryan about the new album, his love of films, his recent divorce, and his early upbringing. He also plays 2 solo acoustic songs including his first ever performance of "Karma Police".
Doomsday/Karma Police (Radiohead)

1/29 - Treadwell's Books, London, England
Ryan plays a last minute pop-up show at this bookstore. Still trying to find a setlist but so far it's been confirmed that he played "Breakdown", "Outbound Train", "Doomsday", and "To Be Without You". Also interesting is that Ryan opted to playing a 12-string guitar.

1/30 - Breakfast Show with Edith Bowman, Virgin Radio UK
Ryan plays a couple songs on acoustic guitar and is interviewed briefly about the new album. He also talks about his early career as a plumber and some of his favorite tv shows (Dr. Who, The Prisoner, Dark Shadows).
Do You Still Love Me?/To Be Without You

1/30 - The Janice Forsyth Show, BBC Radio Scotland
Ryan does a short interview about his new album, his Taylor Swift cover album - 1989, and talks about his recent projects with Starcrawler, Jenny Lewis, and Liz Phair.

1/30 - Krosset, Oslo, Norway
13 Songs. This was an invite only solo acoustic show where Ryan played all the songs off the new album plus another song recorded from the sessions called "Was I Wrong". Some of the tickets were also given away at various music stores around Oslo.
Do You Still Love Me/Haunted House/Doomsday/Breakdown/To Be Without You/Anything I Say to You Now/Outbound Train/Shiver and Shake/Prisoner/Broken Anyway/Tightrope/We Dissappear
Encore: Was I Wrong

1/31 - Evening Open, NRKP13 Radio, Oslo, Norway
Ryan is interviewed about his new album, his early memories of getting into music, and running. Nothing too out of the ordinary in this interview.

2/2 - Loud and Quiet Midnight Chat, The Langham Hotel, London, England
Episode #18 features a laid back 40 minute interview with Ryan Adams. During the interview Ryan talks about cats, recording Prisoner, 1989, Orion, his early band - Kotton,  and the creation and roots of Pax-Am Records.

2/4 - BBC Radio 6 Interview with Mary Anne Hobbs

2/11 -  Steve Earle's Hardcore Troubadour Radio Show, Outlaw Country, Sirius XM

2/13  - WTF Podcast with Marc Maron
Originally recorded on 1/18 but aired on 2/13. This in-depth interview with Marc Maron features such topics as: hanging out with the Rolling Stones, the formation of Whiskeytown, his early family life, Easy Tiger, Heartbreaker, Suicide Handbook, Gold, and his love of the Grateful Dead.

2/14 - All Songs Considered with Bob Boilen, Love and Lonesome Roads, NPR
Ryan Adams is the guest DJ for this hour long Valentines Day special of All Songs Considered. During the show, Ryan and Bob Boilen play and discuss songs with the theme of "Love and Lonesome Roads". Songs played and discussed include Bruce Springsteen's "Stolen Car", The Smiths' "Well I Wonder", Sonic Youth's "Shadow of a Doubt", and Bob Dylan's "Simple Twist of Fate".

2/16 - Inside the World of Ryan Adams, Interview with Mark Bannerman, ABC News (Australia)
News segment featured an interview with Ryan Adams where he talks about his early days of getting into music, the making of Heartbreaker, Gold, Career Suicide Handbook, Love is Hell, and his latest album - Prisoner.

2/16 - The Apollo Theatre, New York, NY
22 Songs. "Doomsday" and "Wonderwall" were performed solo acoustic.
Do You Still Love Me/Magnolia Mountain/Dirty Rain/Prisoner/Kim/Haunted House/Peaceful Valley/Let it Ride/Breakdown/Everybody Knows/Outbound Train/Gimme Something Good/Am I Safe/Cold Roses/Fix It/Anything I Say to You Now/Doomsday/Wonderwall (Oasis)/To Be Without You/When the Stars Go Blue/Shakedown on 9th Street
Encore: Come Pick Me Up

2/17 - The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, New York, NY
"Do You Still Love Me" was aired on television while "To Be Without You" was a web-exclusive. Jimmy Fallon also did a short segment where he showed up the new Prisoner box set.
Do You Still Love Me/To Be Without You

2/18 - Rough Trade NYC, New York, NY (Early Show)
11 Songs plus an improv about cats. Ryan played most of the new album plus one that was left off the record called "Was I Wrong". Solo acoustic in-store performance. Tickets were $40 and included a choice of a free Prisoner CD or $10 voucher towards the vinyl.
Do You Still Love Me?/Prisoner/Doomsday/Haunted House/To Be Without You/ Breakdown/ Outbound Train/Anything I Say to You Now/Broken Anyway/We Disappear/Was I Wrong?

2/18 - Rough Trade NYC, New York, NY (Late Show)
18 Songs. 2nd show of the day at Rough Trade NYC and featured the full band. "Doomsday" was played solo electric by Ryan.
Do You Still Love Me?/Prisoner/Haunted House/To Be Without You/ Doomsday/ Breakdown/ Outbound Train/Anything I Say to You Now/Tightrope/We Disappear/Peaceful Valley/Dirty Rain/Everybody Knows/Kim/Let it Ride/Magnolia Mountain/Shakedown on 9th Street/Cold Roses

2/19 - The Midnight Wave, Beats 1 Radio
The debut episode of The Midnight Wave featured Ryan Adams, Tod Wisenbaker, Charlie Stavish, and Marshall Vore. This super entertaining hour long episode featured such segments as: "Who Said it: Morrissey or Trump?", "Sad Advice", "Pet News", "Viral Words""Social Media Mystery: What the fuck are UFOs?", and "Dial a Song". They also played tracks from the Bay City Rollers, Black Flag, Emperor, The Cure, Kiss, Styx, and Alice in Chains. Stoner radio at its' best!

2/20 - Interview with Alisa Ali, WFUV 90.7, Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY
Originally recorded on 12/19. Ryan is interview about his new album and also talks about his love of AC/DC, power ballads, and also plays guest dj requesting a Jandek song called "Take the Message to the Clerk". He also does a couple improv songs.
Do You Still Love Me/Haunted House/Tightrope

2/20 - Fingerprints Music, Long Beach, CA
Still waiting on a complete setlist from this in-store performance but according to one article, he played a 45 minutes solo acoustic set that featured 9 songs from the new album. Songs confirmed were "Do You Still Love Me?", "Breakdown", "To Be Without You", "Tightrope", "Doomsday", and "We Disappear". Tickets were given out to fans who pre-ordered the new album.

2/21 - Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW, Los Angeles, CA
Interview and solo acoustic performance. Ryan talks about the new album and the deluxe box set.
Do You Still Love Me?/Prisoner/Doomsday/Breakdown/Haunted House/Outbound Train/To Be Without You

2/21 - Jonesy's Jukebox, 95.5 KLOS, Los Angeles, CA
Ryan shoots the shit with Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols in a pretty hilarious interview. Off the cuff and very funny.

2/21 - Afternoons with Gillian O'Shaughnessy, 720 ABC Perth Radio
Ryan calls in for a short interview about songwriting, and his early exposure to music.

2/22 - Amoeba Music, Los Angeles, CA
Full band, electric, 8 song set, plus an improv tune. Tickets were given away when fans pre-ordered the album at Amoeba.
Do You Still Love Me?/Prisoner/Haunted House/Breakdown/Anything I Say to You Now/To Be Without You/Peaceful Valley/Magnolia Mountain

2/23 - Facebook Live Q and A, Los Angeles, CA
Ryan did a short question and answer session with fans via Facebook while backstage at the Late Late Show with James Corden. Nothing too out of the ordinary but he does talk a little about working with John Porter during the Love is Hell sessions.

2/23 - The Late Late Show with James Corden, Los Angeles, CA
Do You Still Love Me?

2/24 - Interview with Nic Harcourt, 88.5 KCSN, Los Angeles, CA
Ryan was interviewed about his new album, his early songwriting, and the box set.

3/3 - World Cafe 25th Anniversary Concert: A Celebration of David Dye, Philadelphia, PA
9 Songs. Full band hour long set in celebration of David Dye. Ben Vaughn and Sylvan Esso were also on the bill.
Do You Still Love Me?/Prisoner/Peaceful Valley/Haunted House/Breakdown/Anything I Say to You Now/Magnolia Mountain/Shakedown on 9th Street/We Disappear

3/4 -The Midnight Wave, Beats 1 Radio
The second episode of The Midnight Wave featured Ryan Adams, Tod Wisenbaker, Charlie Stavish, and Marshall Vore. This was another fun hour long episode that included the segments: "Who Said it: Trump or Glenn Danzig?", "Sad Advice", "The Paul Stanley Review", "Pet News", "Viral Words", "What's the oldest thing?", and "Dial a Song". They also played tracks by The Clash, Danzig, Def Leppard, Clipse, The Beastie Boys, and Al Stewart.

3/13 - The Tom Dunne Show, NewsTalk Radio 106-108FM, Dublin, Ireland
Ryan called in for a short interview with Tom Dunne. Not a whole lot of new information. He talked about Prisoner, the writing and recording of "Shiver and Shake", and talked about his cats. He also mentioned that he would be reconvening sessions with Jenny Lewis sometime very soon.

3/13 -  Facetime with Ryan Adams, Elton John's Rocket Hour, Beats 1 Radio
Ryan Adams called in and made a quick appearance on Elton John's radio show. They speak briefly about his new album, politics, and joking around at shows.

3/16 - Interview with Jo Whiley, BBC Radio 2, Austin, TX
Ryan was briefly interviewed during the SXSW music festival. He talks about his early SXSW trips with Whiskeytown, his new album, and his plans while staying in Austin.

3/18 - The Midnight Wave, Beats 1 Radio
The third episode of The Midnight Wave features Ryan Adams, Tod Wisenbaker, Charlie Stavish, and Marshall Vore. Segments include: Who Said It: Lil Wayne or Oscar Wilde?, Sad Advice, The Paul Stanley Review, Conspiriously (talk about conspiracy theory - the world is flat), Viral Words, The Social Media Mystery (What is not googleable?), and Dial a Song ("How I'm Gonna Die"). They also played tracks by Joe Walsh, The Germs, Simply Red, The Jam, and Zapp & Rodger.

3/25 - Elton John's 70th Birthday Party, Los Angeles, CA
Ryan performed a solo acoustic version of "Rocket Man" during this fundraiser/party.

3/30 - World Cafe, Philadelphia, PA
Interview with David Dye plus 3 live performances with the new band recorded from the show on 3/3. Ryan talks about Heartbreaker, the 80s vibe on Prisoner, his cats, and working at Pax-Am Studios.
Do You Still Love Me/Prisoner/Haunted House

3/31 - Stand for Rights: A Benefit for ACLU, New York, NY
Ryan Adams played a song live from his studio at Pax-Am for this telethon.
Gimme Something Good

4/1 - The Midnight Wave, Beats 1 Radio
The fourth episode of The Midnight Wave features Ryan Adams, Tod Wisenbaker, Charlie Stavish, and Marshall Vore. Segments include: Who Said It: Piers Morgan or Lars Ulrich?, Sad Advice, The Paul Stanley Review, Conspiriously (talk about conspiracy theory - MK Ultra/mind control), Viral Words, The Social Media Mystery, and Dial a Song ("Jack the First Grader is Pretty Awesome"). They also played tracks by Big Star, The Dire Straits, The Melvins, The Dead Kennedys, and Daft Punk.

4/15 - The Midnight Wave, Beats 1 Radio
The fifth episode of The Midnight Wave features Ryan Adams, Tod Wisenbaker, Charlie Stavish, and Marshall Vore. Segments include: Who Said It: Keith Richards or Kanye West?, Sad Advice, The Paul Stanley Review, The Pet Report, Conspiriously (talk about ghosts), Viral Words (doxed, hyphy, cheueh), and Dial a Song. They also played tracks by Dead Kennedys, Whitney Houston, Steely Dan, Kraftwerk, and Eddie and the Cruisers.

4/21 - The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
During this John Mayer concert, Ryan Adams came out and played "Come Pick Me Up" backed by Mayer and his stellar band. Adams and Mayer trader vocals and guitar solos.

4/29 - The Midnight Wave, Beats 1 Radio
The sixth episode of The Midnight Wave features Ryan Adams (who uses a British accent for the whole show), Tod Wisenbaker, Charlie Stavish, and Marshall Vore. Segments include: Who Said It: Liam or Noel Gallagher?, Sad Advice, The Paul Stanley Review, Conspiriously (talk about the mandela effect), Viral Words, Social Media Mystery (Who is Jack the Ripper?), and Dial a Song. They also played tracks by Blur, The Descendents, Crass, The Smith Street Band, 2Pac, The Exploited, and Morrissey.

5/1 - The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, New York, NY
Outbound Train

5/3 - The Late Late Show with James Corden, Los Angeles, CA
Originally taped on 2/23 but aired on 5/3.
Prisoner

5/4 - iHeart Radio Theatre, New York, NY
10 Songs. Solo acoustic performance and interview recorded for radio broadcast and live stream on youtube. During the performance he talks about playing at Red Rocks, recording at Electric Lady Studios, touring, and meeting Bob Dylan.
Do You Still Love Me/Prisoner/Haunted House/Gimme Something Good/Everybody Knows/Invisible Riverside/To Be Without You/Doomsday/We Disappear/My Winding Wheel

5/12 - Interview with Cassie, Triple M Rock Radio, Australia
15 minute interview where Ryan talks about his upcoming Australian tour, running, and his latest album - Prisoner. He also talks about the songs that were left off the album and the possibility of releasing a part 2 and 3 of Prisoner.

5/12 - Merriweather Post Pavilian, Columbia, MD
Ryan Adams came out and played guitar with Jenny Lewis on one of her new songs at this show.
Wasted Youth

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