Released his first live album, "Live At Carnegie Hall" on his own PAX AM label
Released his 14th studio album, the self-titled "Ryan Adams"
Returned to a solo career with "Ashes & Fire"
Formed a new band, Ryan Adams and the Cardinals, debuting with "Cold Roses"
Released his fifth studio album "Love is Hell," which featured a popular cover of Oasis's "Wonderwall"
Released his second studio album, "Gold"
Released his debut solo album, "Heartbreaker"
Released the album "Faithless Street" with Whiskeytown.
Cofounded Whiskeytown in 1994.
Formed the Cardinals in 2004.
Because of the similarity in their names, members of Ryan Adams' audiences used to prank the singer by calling out requests for Bryan Adams' 1985 hit "Summer of '69," to Adams' annoyance. At a Nashville concert in April, 2015, Adams played the song as an encore.
Following the 9/11 attacks, Adams' song "New York, New York" (written and recorded prior to the attacks) became his breakthrough single.