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Health & Fitness Ryan Adams begs for a 'second chance' from music labels following misconduct allegations

07:30  30 july  2021
07:30  30 july  2021 Source:   covermg.com

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Ryan Adams is begging for a “ second chance ” from music labels , claiming he is months away from losing his home and studio. In 2019, the singer-songwriter was accused of sexual misconduct by seven women, including ex-wife Mandy Moore and fellow musician Phoebe Bridgers. He initially denied the accusations, but more than a year later, he issued a lengthy apology. Early on Tuesday, Adams put out a candid plea on Instagram for another chance to make music , in a post that has since been deleted from the social media platform. “I know I’m damaged goods,” the 46-year-old wrote.

Ryan Adams has become “desperate” for work… Oh no… As you may recall, the 46-year-old musician was accused of abuse by several women, including his ex-wife Mandy Moore, in 2019 before he issued an apology in July 2020. Now he’s gone from being sorry to being desperate. He made an impassioned plea with record labels this week to give him a “ second chance to make some music ” because he is just months away from having to say goodbye to his home, recording studio, and indie record label . Adams wrote on Tuesday in a since-deleted Instagram post obtained by Variety

Ryan Adams is begging for a "second chance" from music labels, claiming he is months away from losing his home and studio.

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In 2019, the singer-songwriter was accused of sexual misconduct by seven women, including ex-wife Mandy Moore and fellow musician Phoebe Bridgers. He initially denied the accusations, but more than a year later, he issued a lengthy apology.

Early on Tuesday, Adams put out a candid plea on Instagram for another chance to make music, in a post that has since been deleted from the social media platform.

"I know I'm damaged goods," the 46-year-old wrote. "I know I am and they aren't the ideal thing, but I had a label interested for months and they wasted my time. I'm months from losing my label, studio and my home.

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Ryan Adams made a plea to avoid wasting his music profession following a number of allegations of abuse. In a since-deleted message posted to his Instagram account on Tuesday, the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter begged for a “ second likelihood” from document labels after the business shunned him when claims of sexual harassment and psychological abuse surfaced from a number of ladies, together with his ex-wife Mandy Moore and rock star Phoebe Bridgers.

Ryan Adams sent out a desperate plea for , ' a second chance to make some music ' in a now-deleted Instagram post. The 46-year-old singer's career has been derailed since seven women, including Phoebe Bridgers and his ex-wife Mandy Moore, accused him of of sexual misconduct in February 2019. While the singer issued a lengthy apology for his actions in July 2020, he revealed in an Instagram post on Tuesday that was later deleted that he wants a record label to give him a second chance before he loses his home.

"I just really want a second chance to make some music - maybe help other people believe you can get up out of the gutter and be something. I'm 46 and scared I'm gonna be living in my sisters basement (sic)."

Since being dropped by Capitol Records, he has released two albums on his own PAX AM independent label - Wednesdays and Big Colors. Both releases failed to chart in the U.S. or the U.K.

On Thursday, Ken, a friend of Adams, shared a post along with links to mental health helplines. Ken added that they were worried the So Alive performer was "losing it".

In the post, which was swiftly deleted from Instagram, Adams wrote: "Depression is a mental illness. Actual motion sickness is a mental illness. Everyone like Variety is ready to attack human beings. Where does that get us? Being able to play guitar doesn't mean you do not suffer from mental illness or depression. It also does not exclude you from your actions."

The original report on the allegations against him was published in The New York Times. In recent days, Variety has reported on Adams and his comments about wishing to return to a major label.

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