The gigs come as support to his ever-growing solo catalogue, which was bolstered last month by the releases of 'Rock N Roll' and 'Love Is Hell Part 1', and the sequentially-correctly 'Love Is Hell Part 2', which was released today.
After a universally-panned first date in Belfast where Adams played songs solely from his two November-spawned discs, Ryan went somewhat song-tonto in London and Manchester, playing for roughly 47 hours and performing songs that ranged from his Whiskeytown days to unreleased material, with a heap of hits inbetween.
Therefore, it is utterly unclear whether he will perform a blinder as he did on the first night of his two dates at Brixton Academy last year, or be a mardy whingebag, as he was on the second. However, we recommend that you go and find out. He may play 'Jacksonville Skyline' again. And that'd be lovely.
Catch him at these beer-endorsed venues:
17th Cambridge Corn Exchange,
21st Bristol Carling Academy
22nd Liverpool Royal Court Theatre
9th Birmingham Carling Academy
10th Brixton Carling Academy
In addition to all that, we have some sort of clever interweb eeee-content or something or other to give you. Occasionally we spoil you, we really sometimes do.
Click here for our Ryan's DiS audio/video pop-up. It's class.