The new album from Ryan Adams will not be released on the 19th of april, as was planned. There is also an FBI investigation to the American musician, who by different women is accused of misconduct. That writes The New York Times.
Ryan Adams eighteenth music album Big colors, the first of a planned trilogy this year, will not appear on april 19. All communication around the album has been temporarily taken offline. Big colors would be released on Adams ‘ own label Pax-Am and distributed by Capitol Records and Blue Note Records, but the release is so (temporarily) postponed.
The New York Times published Wednesday an article in which seven women, including his ex-wife actress Mandy Moore, the musician accused of emotional abuse and challenging behaviour. One of the women was underage when she was sexually explicit photos exchanged with Adams. Therefore, also the FBI, a criminal investigation opened.
In the meantime, have also Karen Elson and Liz Phair via social media shared that they also have negative experiences back with Adams. Elson, who in 2017 with Adams toured, speaks in an Instagram post about a traumatiserende experience, but feels not ready yet to discuss the details of the talk. Phair, who in 2017 with Adams to a two-volume work, wrote on Twitter that her experience is not so personally involved, but the similarities to be disturbing’.
“I am not a perfect man, and I have many mistakes made. To everyone I ever hurt you, even unintentionally, I offer my unconditional apologies’, tweette Adams Thursday, after the publication of the article, that he as ‘inaccurate’ purview. About the delayed album, the musician is still nothing written.
Adams had his new album, announced in January, together with ten European concert dates. The European tour would have Adams to kick off on march 30 in Dublin, then there are still shows in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow planned. Tickets are still on sale.