RYAN ADAMS & THE CARDINALS: CARDINOLOGY OUT OCTOBER 28
APPEARING ON THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN OCTOBER 29
Akashic Books To Release Infinity Blues
The Cardinals–Ryan Adams (vocals, guitar, keys), Neal Casal (guitar, vocals), Chris Feinstein (bass, vocals), Jon Graboff (pedal steel, vocals) and Brad Pemberton (drums)–have confirmed an October 28 release for Cardinology, the band’s latest collection of all-new studio material
for the Lost Highway label. They will return to their TV-home-away-from-home, THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN, the following evening.
Like its predecessor Easy Tiger, which TIME magazine hailed as “a career breakthrough,” Cardinology is a concise and focused collection of twelve unadorned gems, the final sequence of which will be:
Born Into A Light
Let Us Down Easy
Crossed Out Name
First single “Fix It” will be digitally released to radio Tuesday, September 23, while “Stop” will receive a sneak premiere in the Tuesday, September 30 episode of THE CLEANER on the A&E network (check local listings).
In other news from Planet Cardinal, Infinity Blues, Ryan Adams’ first ever collection of non-musical writing will be published March 16, 2009 by venerable independent house Akashic Books. Infinity Blues will be available for pre-order through Akashic’s website beginning Monday, October 6 at http://www.akashicbooks.com/ryanadamspreorder.htm.
Pre-orders will include a signed hardcover copy of “Infinity Blues,” with a bonus poetry chapbook by Ryan Adams titled “Sad American Mythology.” The limited edition signed and numbered chapbooks will be available only through the Akashic Books website as part of this pre-order.
For further information, contact Steve Martin or Amy Grote at nasty little man t 212 343 0740 e email@example.com.
RYAN ADAMS & THE CARDINALS ON TOUR IN THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES:
September 25th – Albany, NY – The Egg * NOTE NEW VENUE *
September 26th – Syracuse, NY – Landmark Theater
September 27th – Rochester, NY – Auditorium Theater
September 29th – Columbus, OH – Palace Theater
September 30th – Cleveland, OH – Palace Theater
October 2nd – Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre
October 3rd – Cincinnati, OH – Taft Theater
October 4th – St. Louis, MO – Fox Theater
October 5th – Madison, WI – Overture Hall
October 7th – Ames, IA – Stephens Auditorium
October 9th – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater
October 10th – Tulsa, OK – Brady Theater
October 11th – Grand Prairie, TX – Nokia Theater
October 13th – Austin, TX – Paramount
October 14th – Houston, TX – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
October 16th – Tuscaloosa, AL – Bama Theater
October 17th – Atlanta, GA – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater