European dates pulled as the singer attempts to recover from a broken wrist...
Ryan Adams is to fly back to the US tomorrow with his European tour postponed after breaking his wrist in an onstage fall in LIVERPOOL.
The singer was playing a show at the Liverpool Royal Court (January 22) when the incident happened. Ryan Adams fell six feet towards the end of the set. He tried to continue, but was unable to because of the pain.
He was later taken to the nearby Royal Liverpool Hospital for treatment. He has seen a specialist in London, and the decision has been made for him to return home.
Ryan Adams ‘s tour manager contacted NME.COM this afternoon, and said that the singer will go back to the US to recover.
He said: “We feel that he should get home and get this thing healed. He wants to play, really wanted to play. But we’re planning on coming to make up those dates.”
The pulled dates include an NME Awards Show at the London Brixton Academy next month (February 10).
A statement on his official website reads: “This evening in Liverpool at the Royal Court Theatre during the last song of the set Ryan fell off the end of the stage (6 foot drop) and broke his left wrist. He was looking up while singing and did not see the edge of the stage. He was taken to a hospital in Liverpool where he will stay overnight. They will set it in the morning and go to directly to London to see a specialist. There is no more information at this time. We will give you more information as we get it.”