January 20, 2012 5:00

Tickets for Ryan Adams' April UK tour onsale today – ticket details Ryan Adams Tickets

Singer returns to the UK for seven more shows in the spring

Tickets for Ryan Adams' April UK tour onsale today – ticket details

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Tickets for Ryan Adams' April UK tour go onsale today (January 20) at 10am (GMT).

The singer, who released his 13th studio album 'Ashes & Fire' last year, will play seven shows across the UK. The tour begins at Belfast Waterfront Auditorium on April 20 and include dates in Nottingham, Glasgow, Gasteshead and Sheffield as well as two shows at the London Palladium.

'Ashes & Fire' was released on the singer's own label PAX-AM in October and was recorded at Hollywood's Sunset Sound. It was produced by Glyn Johns, father of Ethan Johns, who worked on Adams' albums 'Heartbreaker', 'Gold' and '29'.

Norah Jones features on 'Ashes & Fire', singing backing vocals on a number of songs, including 'Come Home', 'Save Me' and 'Kindness'.

You can watch a video of Ryan Adams performing 'Invisible Riverside', which is taken from 'Ashes & Fire', by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Ryan Adams will play:

Belfast Waterfront Auditorium (April 20)
Gateshead Sage Theatre (22)
London Palladium (23, 30)
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall (25)
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (26)
Sheffield City Hall (27)


To check the availability of Ryan Adams tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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