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Ryan Adams & The Cardinals coming to Dublin
The king of alt-country Ryan Adams has announced a stadium show in Dublin.
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 07 Sep 2007
Adams and his band The Cardinals will play the National Stadium on November 28. Tickets will be available from September 13 at Ticketmaster outlets nationwide, priced €49.20
The prolific Adams released his ninth studio album Easy Tiger in June.
The Hot Press Newsdesk
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