ARTS Pick: Ryan Adams

Indie scene mainstay Ryan Adams plays at the Pavilion on Sunday. Publicity photo Indie scene mainstay Ryan Adams plays at the Pavilion on Sunday. Publicity photo

It may sound strange to call Ryan Adams a music veteran, but it’s been more than 20 years since his first release with the revered alt-country band Whiskeytown. Solo since 2000, the prolific North Carolina singer-songwriter continues to make an impression on critics and celebrity gossip columnists. Adams’ recently released self-titled album has been lauded as his best yet, confirming his place in rock history.

Sunday 5/3. $38-55, 7pm. nTelos Wireless Pavilion, 700 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 245-4910.

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