RYAN ADAMS is to collaborate with EILEEN ROSE, the LONDON-based BOSTON-born singer-songwriter, on his next album.
Adams, who was supported by Rose on his recent UK tour, has invited her to Nashville to work together when the former Whiskeytown singer goes into the studio in January to begin work on the follow-up to his debut solo album ‘Heartbreaker’, which was released earlier this year. It featured a guest appearance by country heroine Emmylou Harris.
A spokesperson for Eileen Rose said: “They haven’t begun working together in the studio yet, but they are great admirers of each other’s work and will definitely be collaborating in the new year on his next record.”
The pair began working on songs while on tour, and performed together at some of the later dates on their tour.
Rose, who released her debut album, ‘Shine Like It Does’ through Rough Trade earlier this year, has also been on the road with Chris Helme, the ex-Seahorses frontman, around the UK recently. She has a headline date lined up at the Borderline in London on December 11.