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Thurs­day

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The near im­pos­si­ble hap­pened last week dur­ing a con­cert at Nashville’s famed Ry­man Au­di­to­rium: Ryan Adams per­formed a rous­ing cover of Bryan Adams’ “Sum­mer of ’69.” Twelve years ear­lier, in the same venue, he in­fa­mously cussed out and booted a fan who con­fused his name for the cheesy rocker be­hind “Please For­give Me.” Of course, Ryan Adams’ ca­reer since ex­it­ing the alt-coun­try act Whiskey­town in the early 2000s sug­gests he doesn’t need to bother cov­er­ing any­one: He has recorded 14 al­bums in 15 years, in­clud­ing a Grammy-nom­i­nated, self-ti­tled re­lease in 2014. He’ll be sup­port­ing that al­bum dur­ing his stop at the Fill­more Miami Beach (1700 Wash­ing­ton Ave.). $40.50-$55, with opener Jenny Lewis. 305-673-7300 or Fill­moreMB.com.

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