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Bryan Adams

Ryan Adams started his musical career as part of a punk band as Patty Duke Syndrome. He ended up with the alt country boys from the Whiskeytown that resisted for only for three albums (the fourth full length ‘Pneumonia’ was released shortly after the band decided that it is not worthy to be together). For Adams, turning into a singer-songwriter was the easiest way to continue his music career and after he worked hard his Americana sound and added more steam-powered rhythms and many guitars, he was welcomed into the world of adult alternative radio charts. There, he stayed shoulder by shoulder with the Jayhawks, Rhett Miller, Son Volt, Kim Richey. According to many music critics, his overwhelming success may be very close.