Fuelled by red wine, the star plays new stuff, old classics and a Strokes cover...

Ryan Adams delighted fans by raiding his back catalogue at a debauched gig at the LONDON KENTISH TOWN FORUM last night (November 26).

The singer played for well over two hours, telling the audience he wanted to “play all night”, as he premiered songs from new album ’Rock ‘N’ Roll’, as well as performing some live rarities like ‘Jacksonville Skyline’. He also returned for three encores.

Swigging from red wine, Ryan Adams joked about NME favourites White Stripes and found time to perform an acoustic version of The Strokes‘ ‘Last Nite’.

Later in the night Ryan Adams proclaimed his love for Ryan Adams, before singing ‘To be young (is to be sad, is to be high)’ and then falling off the stage.

The setlist was:’The Shadowlands’

’This House Is Not For Sale’

’She’s Lost Control’

’Note To Self: Don’t Die’


’Wish You Were Here’



’Love Is Hell’

’Do Miss America‘


’This Is It’


Encore 1:

’Call Me On Your Way Back Home’ (acoustic)

’Jacksonville Skyline’ (acoustic)

’Oh My Sweet Carolina’ (acoustic)

’Winding Wheel’ (acoustic)

’New York New York’ (acoustic)

’Lovesick Blues’ (acoustic)

’Last Nite’ (acoustic)

Encore 2:

>’To Be Young (is to be sad, is to be high)’

’Cookie Monster’

’Anybody Wanna Take Me Home‘

’Head Over Heels’ (Tears for Fears cover, [a][/a]on drums)

Encore 3:

’Burning Photographs’

’So Alive’