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Sounds Like San Diego: Dec. 15

San Diego gets "lucky now" with Ryan Adams playing Symphony Hall on Monday



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    Singer/songwriter Ryan Adams returns to San Diego for a highly anticipated show at Symphony Hall on Monday.

    San Diego is full of great music almost all of the time, but every once in awhile, there's a particular show that you just have to see -- you buy tickets the minute they go on sale, then you wait months, living your life as usual, when finally the day comes. That's how it's been waiting for Ryan Adams' Symphony Hall show. There are probably a lot of superfans like me. My very first Casbah show ever was of Adams' band Whiskeytown. I've tried to see him every tour through San Diego, which frankly hasn't been many: there was a show at 4th & B, another at Balboa Theatre after "Ashes & Fire" was released, and maybe a couple others over the past 18 years or so. After his recent self-titled release, fans are overjoyed, and no doubt tonight's show is going to be something special. I'd suggest leaving your cameras at home, as he tends to have strict restrictions on cameras, recordings, and cell phone–use throughout his shows.

    Monday, Dec. 15:

    • Ryan Adams, Jenny Lewis @ Symphony Hall
    • Weight of the Sun, Mursic, Future Age @ Casbah
    • Scuffs, Causers, Ash Williams @ Soda Bar
    • Gary Hankins @ Tin Can
    • The Husky Boy All Stars @ Bar Pink
    • Dre Trav, 18Sense, Sauvy and more @ The Hideout
    • Nina Francis @ Croce's Park West
    • Breakthru Entertainment @ House of Blues
    • Motown Monday with DJ Artistic & friends @ Whistle Stop
    • Velvet Cafe @ Alexander's (30th & Upas)
    • Metal Mondays @ Brick By Brick
    • Ruby & the Red Hots @ Humphrey's Backstage Live
    • Wheels of the Industry @ Live Wire
    • Electric Waste Band @ Winston's
    • Dub Dynamite @ The OFfice
    • Acoustic Night/Industry Night @ Henry's Pub
    • Lee Churchill @ U-31

    Rosemary Bystrak is the publicist for the Casbah and The North Park Theatre, and writes about the San Diego music scene, events and general musings about life in San Diego on San Diego: Dialed In. Follow her updates on Twitter or contact her directly.