The 500 List
by Ryan Adam Wells
Ryan Adam Wells - Houston, TX
V.25 - Knox United Church 
From the creator of the award-winning Beers About Songs comes a NEW true story of friendship and adventure: The 500 List. Two friends spend two years creating lists of their 500 favourite songs of all time, and take a road trip across the US to listen to them. Danger, heartache and run abound in this solo musical storytelling piece about love and friendship overcoming hurt and despair. "Wells is as intoxicating as a 6-pack" - The Orlando Sentinel "Wells is a master storyteller" - The Clothesline (AU) "A vocal angel" - The Jenny Revue

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12
$10 Matinees, Students, Fringe performers


Parental Guidance

Warnings: Mild language

Accessibility: Low vision / blind
Wed July 17 6:30 PM
Thu July 18 4:15 PM
Fri July 19 7:45 PM
Sat July 20 7:45 PM
Sun July 21 6:00 PM
Mon July 22 9:30 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Tue July 23 7:45 PM
Wed July 24 6:00 PM
Thu July 25 4:15 PM
Fri July 26 9:30 PM
Sat July 27 6:00 PM
Sun July 28 4:45 PM

The 500 List

Ryan Adam Wells—Knox United Church

This is a story about love, friendship, road trips, changes and of course a 500 list of music. Ryan Adams Wells from Houston Texas, tells of his good friend Dave and himself who decide to make a list of 500 of their favorite but poignant tunes they gathered over 2 years. They decided to go on a road trip to bury some of Ryan’s relationship dilemma’s and kindle their love affair with music, plus some tantalizing one night stands. With a booming strong voice (both singing and narrating) and strumming his valuable guitar as a soundtrack to this tale. The plan was to travel through all the major music meccas like: New York, Nashville, Memphis and finally Austin. He shares this camaraderie using 500 tunes (he started with 5000) with Dave, where they compare and share attached stories for each tune. In the end, it is choice and change that is needed to shake up his life. There is of course some great songs he talks about and shares with us, I’m not going to tell you any, just go see this life and music affirming play.

On a side note, the venue’s capacity sits about 50 in this quaint church setting. However the room can easily fit an additional 20 bums in the pews…I mean seats.

Kevin Campbell