Ryan Adams at Malmö Konserthus, Sweden (13th June 2011)

Malmo setlist (via Nicke and Slowburn on RAA)

01. Oh My Sweet Carolina
02. Don’t Fail Me Now
03. Firecracker
04. Damn, Sam (I Love A Woman That Rains)
05. I Taught Myself How to Grow Old
06. New York, New York
07. Invisible Riverside
08. English Girls Approximately
09. Dirty Rain
10. My Winding Wheel
11. If I Am A Stranger
12. Let It Ride
13. Desire
14. Cannonball Days

Encore: 6 new songs……

15. Straight… (“you go sailing through the sky”+ ghosts … something)
16. Ashes And Fire (“and the river she cried”)
17. Shadow in the light (“we didn’t … she never coming back, like we did, waited all night”…) —> John C.: may be Shining Thru The Dark which he played at that LA benefit
18. Take…high (“talking about the chains of love”)
19. Wild And young (“remember … wild and young…”)
20. Come Home (“we built this house”)

(songtitles of the new songs from Tomtom’s notes, per Slowburn)

Malmo forum thread on RAA
Malmo forum thread on TBY

Songkick page for Malmo concert
last.fm page for Malmo concert (lastfm:event=1875294)
Venue page

Ryan Adams at Stockholm Cirkus, Sweden (10th June 2011)

Stockholm setlist (via Goran on RAA)

01. Oh My Sweet Carolina
02. If I Am A Stranger
03. Firecracker
04. Damn, Sam (I Love A Woman That Rains)
05. Please Do Not Let Me Go
06. New York New York
07. Let It Ride
08. Everybody Knows
09. Call Me On Your Way Back Home
10. Desire
11. Sylvia Plath
12. Invisible Riverside
13. Dear Chicago
14. 16 Days
15. Blue Hotel
16. Two
17. Winding Wheel
18. Come Pick Me Up


19. September
20. Halloween
21. Houses On The Hill

Stockholm forum thread on RAA
Stockholm forum thread on TBY

Reviews (thanks to Goran on RAA for links and translation):
It’s intimate, it’s fun and it’s just like Ryan Adams would have it: quiet but incredibly beautiful.

When Adams peels away and sings as vulnerable as he can, songs like “Halloween” and “September” become two of tonight’s big moments. In addition, he offers pure stand-up comedy, with brilliant talk about zombies, mobile phones and his harmonica sounding like it has been out carousing all night. The eternally moody person suddenly feels really harmonic. Liberating, somehow.