Ryan Adams Discusses Prolific Career and Coping With Meniere’s Disease on ‘CBS This Morning’
Adams calls the affliction "an interesting thing to have and be me"
Ryan Adams recently turned up on CBS This Morning: Saturday to delve into his career, music, and even a “hearing illness” that made him feel like he “was losing [his] mind.” Speaking to Anthony Mason, the 2015 Grammy nominee described his latest period of prolificacy (“It’s cool. It feels like my soul is full and it’s overflowing and I’m taking just dictation from what I can get from it”) and coping with Ménière’s Disease, an inner-ear disorder that causes spontaneous episodes of vertigo (“[It’s] an interesting thing to have and be me”).
Watch his interview above.