Mandy Moore recently married indie rocker Ryan Adams , and — for now at least — she’d like to keep their relationship strictly matrimonial.
“Lots of exciting things going on in my world right now. I’m very happy — very, very happy,” said the singer, whose album Amanda Leigh drops in May. “And in terms of collaborating in the future, I wouldn’t rule it out as a possibility, but right now, I’m kind of just psyched about this record and getting my band on the road.”
She did say that she might be able to find a spot for her husband on the road — if he’s willing to put in the work. “You know, if he ever needs a job or something, maybe he can audition for the band,” she joked. “Other than that, I think we’ll both just stick to being supportive of each other on the sidelines.”
[artist id="509052"]Moore[/artist] said [artist id="961043"]Adams[/artist] is supporting her these days by teaching her guitar and piano, calling him her “in-home teacher” during an interview with Details. And Moore revealed to MTV News that aside from the Ryan Adams School of Guitar and Piano, she’s also learning bass. No word if Adams is also her bass teacher.
“I’m learning bass right now, so I’ll potentially show some bass skills off onstage, but only on the easy songs,” she said, adding, “I know guitar a little bit, and I play a little bit of piano, both kind of terribly, but I always think its pretty badass when you see a female bass player.”