Ryan Adams announces details of his Taylor Swift cover album…

His version of Swift's 1989 will be released next week

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Ryan Adams has confirmed that his cover of Taylor Swift‘s album, 1989, will be released digitally on Monday, September 21.

Adams broke the news on Twitter yesterday [September 17].

https://twitter.com/TheRyanAdams/status/644525353357152256/

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Adams announced that he would be recording the covers at the start of August and has been posting various behind the scenes video clips and photos on Twitter and Instagram.

Swift responded to the news of the release by Tweeting, “Ryan’s music helped shape my songwriting. This is surreal and dreamlike.”

https://twitter.com/taylorswift13/status/644535114203025408

Adams has already shared previews of “Welcome To New York”, “Bad Blood”, “All You Had To Do Was Stay”, “Out Of The Woods”, “Wildest Dreams” and “Shake It Off” from the album.

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Adams has a lengthy history of covering other artists, ranging from Oasis’ “Wonderwall” to Bryan Adams’ “Summer Of ’69” and Foo Fighters’ “Times Like These”.

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