Ryan Adams Cancels UK Tour

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The information comes within the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct.

Ryan Adams' deliberate tour of the UK and Ireland has been canceled simply two weeks after the singer was the topic of an exposé in The New York Times, by which a variety of girls accused the singer of sexual misconduct and abusive conduct.

A tweet from Ticketmaster Ireland confirmed that the tour had been referred to as off, providing full refunds to ticket purchasers.

At press time, Adams had not commented on the tour cancellation and a spokesperson for the singer couldn’t be reached for affirmation. According to The Guardian, a present at Dublin's Olympia Theatre has additionally been canceled. The tour's promoter, SJM Concerts, issued a press release on Friday saying that "the Ryan Adams UK & Ireland tour has ben cancelled," with a promise that full refunds might be processed by the top of the day on Monday (March four).

Adams' website nonetheless gives hyperlinks to the 10 scheduled dates — which have been slated to kick off with a present on the Olympia Theatre in Dublin on March 30 — and incorporates a promotional banner for his upcoming album, Big Colors, which Billboard has confirmed has been placed on maintain in gentle of the allegations.

The Times story included allegations of sexual misconduct, emotional abuse and manipulative conduct from a number of feminine musicians, together with ex-wife Mandy Moore, rising indie star Phoebe Bridgers and an account of alleged inappropriate communications with a then-14-year-old musician that included graphic texts and claims that Adams uncovered himself throughout Skype cellphone intercourse.

According to them and others, Adams provided to assist their careers earlier than making sexual advances, performing controlling over their private lives and, in some circumstances, retaliating when their relationships soured. He has denied all of the claims.

The Times reported that Adams is going through an investigation, with FBI brokers from the Crime Against Children Squad within the bureau's New York workplace reportedly opening a felony probe over the singer's alleged interactions with the minor.