Though laryngitis caused a brief cancellation of her 2011 tour, Adele Adkins has rescheduled U.S. tour dates and his back
on the road. Adkins spent her 19th year on the stage, touring behind her first LP, which was appropriately named after her
age at the time of its release. A couple years have passed since her debut, and she's learned to appreciate Nashville's musical
output in that time, including artists like Wanda Jackson. Expect to pick up on that influence when she tours behind her new
record, 21. Concert tickets are on sale now.
When Adele Adkins first started out, the music press tagged her "the next Amy Winehouse." If they meant she was a soulful
young singer with great songwriting chops, they certainly weren't wrong. But she has her own distinctive sound and style,
as well. Tracks like "Rolling in the Deep" give listeners a sense of just how powerful this songstress can sound.
Adele traveled throughout the south during her last tour in America, and gained steady exposure to the country and gospel
stylings of the region. Now that she's spent time with those influences in the studio, she's bringing her music across the
Now that Adele has become a major name on American charts, her concerts have begun to be as packed as they are when she
plays dates in the U.K. The good news is you can always count on StubHub having all the tickets you need. Grab pop music tickets for all your favorite artists
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