Ryan Adams & Band

Thursday, June 1, 2017 8:00PM

Ryan Adams & Band
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Tickets: $44-74*
Prices include Facility Fee

Goldenvoice Presents

After releasing “Do You Still Love Me?” out into the world, Ryan Adams has shared the video for the first single off the highly anticipated 15th studio album out today. Directed and produced by Noah Abrams, and edited by Brook Linder, “Do You Still Love Me?” gives viewers intimate behind-the-scenes glimpses into the creation and recording of the song. The video features dramatic live footage from Ryan’s 2016 tour—including airy shots of the majestic Red Rocks Amphitheater—punctuated by fly-on-the-wall scenes of Ryan in the studio, like a mad scientist at work.

Tickets and more information for Ryan’s upcoming appearances can be found at http://paxamrecords.com/

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Ryan Adams made his debut in 2000 as a solo artist with the album, Heartbreaker—which received a deluxe reissue in 2016 and was named one of Rolling Stone’s 50 Best Albums of the Decade. In addition to his self-titled, double-Grammy-nominated 2014 album, Ryan’s catalogue includes Ashes & Fire, Easy Tiger, Cold Roses, Jacksonville City Nights, Love Is Hell, and his 2001 major label debut Gold, which has sold nearly a million copies worldwide and features "When Stars Go Blue," quoted in Stephen King's Lisey's Story and widely known as "that Tim McGraw song that kid did on American Idol.” Ryan Adams is also CEO of his own PAX-AM label and has also produced albums for Jenny Lewis, La Sera, Fall Out Boy, Willie Nelson, Jesse Malin, and collaborated with Norah Jones, America, Cowboy Junkies, Beth Orton and many others.

With special guest Karen Elson
After recording her Jack White-produced 2010 debut album in Nashville, The Ghost Who Walks; a beguiling homage to her adopted homeland, filled with chilly murder ballads, southern gothic meditations and bewitching tales of stolen lovers and lost dreams, on her second album, Double Roses, Karen Elson has come home to her English roots. Music has always been a part of Elson’s life. It’s been a solace, a calming presence and a great passion in Elson’s life, ever since she was a was an unruly teenager listening to the dark complicated strains of Mazzy Star, the Smiths, Nick Cave, and PJ Harvey. It’s what inspired her to dream big dreams and block out the sameness and scant opportunity living in the North of England. It’s what gave her the courage to leave the small town she grew up in, and take to the uncertain road that led to exotic places and fashion capitals, where she became one of the most sought after fashion models.

Ticket Limit 6 per household

Ages 3 and older allowed admittance. Everyone must be ticketed.