Easily the best show I have seen in quite a while, and definitely in my top 10 greatest shows. Very impressive on all fronts. The Good The Tone: His walnut 335 thru his stereo Princeton/extension cabs setup are some of the greatest tones I have ever heard live. The Mix: Excellent live sound...they really have it dialed in perfectly. They are able to take it instantly from whisper quiet to full on frenzied rock and roll and never lose balance or clarity. The Venue: Shubert Theater is a great old space. I saw Wilco there a few months back and was equally blown away by the acoustics. The Setlist: A great cross section of his catalog, with some interesting takes on a few of his classics. The Bad The Majority of the Fans: What an awful group of people. There is a strange mix of fanboys, fratboys and partiers seated right next to musicians, music enthusiasts, and generally more respectful concert goers. I have never been surrounded by so many people unaware of personal space and appropriate boundaries. I feel bad for Ryan Adams if this is typical to have to play to a group of obnoxious hecklers every night.