First full band show in four years...
Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams is set to play the Royal Albert Hall on behalf of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Dominating the opening decade of the new Millennium, the past few years have seen Ryan Adams take something of a back seat. The American artist has largely removed himself from the limelight, although 2011's 'Ashes & Fire' was a triumphant return to the Americana which made his name.

Live dates, though, have been few and far between. Now Ryan Adams has signalled his intentions to play a very special UK show, taking control of the Royal Albert Hall. Part of the Teenage Cancer Trust's annual series of performances, the songwriter's set on March 19th will feature some brand new material.

As if that wasn't enough, this is actually Ryan Adams' first full band show in some four years... While most tickets for the show are already sold out, a small number of choir stall seats have just been put on sale for £35 - Royal Albert Hall ticket link.

Need some more Ryan Adams in your life? Check out this archive feature, focussing on the creation of 'Ashes & Fire'.

Ryan Adams is set to play the following show:

19 London Royal Albert Hall