Among the other monuments in the Adams canon are: Ashes & Fire, his 2011 Glyn Johns-produced ""gorgeous, shimmering solo album” (USA Today); 2007’s Easy Tiger which opened at #7 on the U.S. chart with Ryan’s biggest first week sales to date and wound down the year with “Halloweenhead” making Rolling Stone’s Best Songs of 2007; 2005’s Cold Roses and Jacksonville City Nights; 2004’s Love Is Hell; Ryan’s 2001 major label debut Gold, which has sold nearly a million copies worldwide to date and features ""When Stars Go Blue,"" quoted in Stephen King's Lisey's Story and widely known as ""that Tim McGraw song the kid did on American Idol"" or ""the song the Corrs did with Bono”; and his 2000 solo debut Heartbreaker, released on Bloodshot Records and including ""My Winding Wheel,"" ""Oh My Sweet Carolina"" (featuring Emmylou Harris) and ""Come Pick Me Up.”
Ryan Adams is also CEO of his own PAX-AM label through which he has released numerous singles and albums including the 15-LP exclusive vinyl edition of his 2012 Live After Deaf box set that sold out its entire pressing in eight minutes. He has also produced albums for Jenny Lewis, La Sera, Fall Out Boy, Willie Nelson, Jesse Malin, and collaborated with Norah Jones, America, Cowboy Junkies, Beth Orton and many others. His current band The Shining has accompanied him on world spanning rave-reviewed tours since 2014.
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