Ryan Adams to release new album in October

Norah Jones will feature on 'Ashes & Fire'

Ryan Adams is set to release a brand new album, ‘Ashes & Fire’, on October 10.

‘Ashes & Fire’ will be released on his own label, PAX-AM. Recorded at Hollywood‘s Sunset Sound Factory, the album was produced by Glyn Johns, father of Ethan Johns, who worked on Adams‘ albums ‘Heartbreaker’, ‘Gold’ and ’29’. Johns Snr has worked with Bob Dylan, The Beatles, The Who and The Rolling Stones.

Norah Jones sings backing vocals on a number of songs on the album, including ‘Come Home’, ‘Save Me’ and ‘Kindness’.


Following his acoustic shows in the UK in June, Ryan Adams is set to announce more UK dates soon.

The full tracklisting for ‘Ashes & Fire’ is:

‘Dirty Rain’
‘Ashes & Fire’
‘Come Home’
‘Do I Wait’
‘Chains Of Love’
‘Invisible Riverside’
‘Save Me’
‘Lucky Now’
‘I Love You But I Don’t Know What To Say’


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