Bryan Adams 2014 Tour Schedule
The man who once sang the lyrics, "Everything I do, I do it for you," is now touring
North America and is guaranteed to make everyone's heart melt. The Canadian singer-songwriter musician Bryan Adams is certainly
one of the world's biggest names since releasing a self-titled debut album in 1980. His present tour is the first time Bryan
Adams has set out to play a full acoustic set since entertaining audiences on MTV unplugged in 1996. Fans of Bryan Adams will
not want to miss the opportunity to hear him play his heart-felt award-winning songs live and acoustic. Bryan Adams beautiful
melodies fill the venue in such warm and inviting ways that it is apt to bring long time fans chills. Don't miss this opportunity
to see Bryan Adams in concert at a venue like the State Theatre Minneapolis in Minneapolis, Minnesota: Connor Palace The Playhouse
Square Center in Cleveland, Ohio; Tower Theatre Upper Darby in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania; The Theater at Madison Square Garden
in New York, New York; Save on Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, British Columbia and National Theatre Washington DC in Washington,
District of Columbia.
About Bryan Adams
Bryan Adams was born in Ontario during the late 1950s. From an
early age, Bryan Adams was given the opportunity to experience diverse cultures by traveling all over the world with his father
who was a Canadian diplomat. What is more is the opportunity to live in places like the Israel and Vienna, Austria in addition
to Kingston, Ontario. As a cultured young man, Bryan Adams was grounded by working jobs delivering newspapers, working a cash
register at a pet shop and washing dishes at a local restaurant. At the same time, Bryan Adams was attempting work with local
musicians, as he played guitar and sang. He later got a job working as a back up singer in the studio scene. When Bryan Adams
turned 18, he made friends with Jim Vallance. The two set out on a musical partnership that has stood the test of time and
led to early demos that helped to wet the whistle of Bryan Adams successful career. Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance co-wrote
songs and albums together during the 1980s that were released as self-titled Bryan Adams. During this time, he also co-wrote
songs for other bands and musicians like Bonnie Raitt.
Bryan Adams Breakthrough
It was in 1983 when Bryan
Adam released the album Cuts Like A Knife that his career was catapulted into the North American spotlight, not simply Canada.
The United States of American and Canada discovered this enigmatic musician. After the release of that album, Bryan Adams
was an international success with his next album, Reckless. The album Reckless celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
When Bryan Adams was working on the anniversary package, it was discovered that the artwork and the master tapes were missing.
According to an Ultimate Classic Rock interview with Bryan Adam, "Luckily back then, I was kind of thinking, 'Oh, maybe I'll
put a studio together,' so I used to keep a vault of tapes from my sessions […] I must have made a copy of it as a protection
copy. What you do is when you make your master, you make a protection copy as well and I kept the protection copy at my house.
So I had to go back, and I thought, 'Did I keep a copy of this?' Sure enough, I kept this thing and I've had this thing in
my vault for 30 years."
After releasing Cuts Like A Knife, Bryan Adams opened for Journey on tour. Being the opening
artist for Journey played a huge role in introducing his music to the world, as he was acknowledged for his musical talent,
adept songwriting abilities and entertaining stage presence. He is certainly one of Canada's best-selling musicians. He has
continued to record albums and receive numerous awards since breaking out. Since his first breakout album, he has recorded
16 albums, received 15 nominations for a Grammy Award and won 20 Juno Awards. What is more is that Bryan Adams was inducted
into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the late 2000s.
During his career, Bryan Adams has sold over 100 million albums and
singles worldwide. He has quite an impressive repertoire of sound to share on stage at his live performances. Some of his
most popular songs include: "Everything I Do", "Here I am", "Heaven", "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman" and "Summer of
'69." In addition to collaborating with Bonnie Raitt, Bryan Adams has also worked with successful singers like Tina Turner
and Barbara Streisand. What is more is that his international break out album, Reckless, was certified as platinum five times
and remains his best-selling album to date. The album was released on his 25th birthday, which speaks to the talent honed
by Bryan Adams as a young age. In addition to the Grammy Award nominations, the album Waking UP the Neighbors was nominated
for an Academy Award. Bryan Adams recent album was written from the perspective of a musician who is ready to pay homage to
the influences in his early career. During an interview with Billboard, Bryan Adams explained, "The album is about songs that
were around at the time when I decided music was what I wanted do […] This is an eclectic collection of songs like what
AM radio was doing at the time. AM radio was king in the '70s. You would get a mix of songs from the Beatles to Ray Charles
to a Beach Boys song to the Manhattans. You would get that mixture because they were hit songs. So that is what I decided
to do: make a collection of cool songs that fit my voice."
Bryan Adams Trivia
At the age of sixteen, after
having started playing in bands and working odd jobs, Bryan Adams elected to drop out of school to focus on his music career.
Adam's parents purchased a piano with the funds saved from not paying tuition. During his teenage years, Bryan Adams went
on tour with his band at the time, Sweeney Todd.
Bryan Adam's Live Show Experience
Bryan Adams is an incredibly
famous musician with an international status, but he has a way of making an amphitheater feel as intimate as if he was playing
in his back porch to fireflies. His voice accompanied by a guitar or piano resonates in the room and within one's mind and
body. This is a wonderful opportunity to see Bryan Adams play in concert, don't miss out.