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Appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert May 1 and The Late Late Show with James Corden May 3

28 April 2017 (TORONTO, ON) - Comprised of material previously available exclusively as part of the Prisoner: End of World Edition extremely limited release box set, Ryan Adams’ 17-track Prisoner B-Sides is out today, April 28, via Pax Am/Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company.

The 17 tracks originally spread across the flipsides of the dozen 7-inch records included in the End of World box are compiled as Prisoner B-Sides in the following sequence: 1 - Where Will You Run? 2 - Juli 3 - Are You Home? 4 - No Words 5 - Halo 6 - It Will Never Be The Same 7 - What If We're Wrong 8 - Broken Things 9 - Stop You 10 - Hanging On To Hope 11 - Let It Burn 12 - Crazy Now 13 - You Said 14 - Please Help Me 15 - Too Tired To Cry 16 - Stop Talking 17 - The Empty Bed Ryan Adams’ Prisoner was released February 17, debuting #2 on the digital album chart, #2 on the vinyl chart, and generating wave after wave of the most effusive critical praise of Adams' career. New York Magazine, “Genius...the best thing he's put out in a decade"; Rolling Stone, "Personal and urgent...close to the magnum opus of his dreams"; Entertainment Weekly, "the poet laureate of unadulterated heartbreak, a master chronicler of the endless shapes and colors of romantic pain" and the Associated Press hailed Prisoner as the multiple Grammy nominee's best in 10 years or more, while People noted "even when his lyrics cling to loss, Adams lets in light with melody," and The AV Club observed "He sounds like he's savoring how full of life his music is, no matter what it took to make it so. He hasn't just turned misery into art; he's turned it into joy." Ryan Adams is currently in the midst of the Prisoner world tour, which swings through New York next week, beginning with a May 1 stop at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert followed by a sold out show at Toronto’s Massey Hall on May 9. The tour circles the globe through late September and sees Ryan headlining the likes of the Greek Theaters in Los Angeles and Berkeley, Red Rocks, an already sold out September date at the Royal Albert Hall and more.