The one and only Bryan Adams—a top selling artist and one of the most popular singers
of an era, could be coming to a venue near you soon. You could soon be singing along to hit songs like "Cuts Like a Knife,"
"Run to You" and "Summer of '69" at a live performance.
Just as good now as he was when his career began in the 70's,
this unassuming Canadian rock star has been a huge hit for decades. No other male Canadian singer/songwriter has sold more
records than Bryan Adam - some 65 million albums. With many a hit single under his belt and a long list of awards and accolades,
Adams is a legendary force in the arena rock music scene. Generations of fans love his unabashed romantic ballads.
you haven't seen Bryan Adams perform live, there's truly no better time. A true rock and roll maverick, he is still going
strong after all these years. This legendary singer keeps making music and thrilling fans across the world with his endless
stream of love anthems and rockin' guitar. He's currently on tour and making stops in New York, Boston and Hartford, Connecticut.
Bryan Adams is not only one of the most talented and best-selling singers and performers of all time,
but he also has a huge heart, and a passion for giving back. He has a charitable foundation called The Bryan Adams Foundation
that helps to give underprivileged children more education and learning opportunities. He has also participated in other benefit
concerts and activities to support other charitable endeavors. He participated in a two-week tour for Amnesty International
alongside musical acts like Sting, U2 and Peter Gabriel. He was also on hand to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall in
1990, performing alongside acts like Joni Mitchell, Cyndi Lauper, Van Morrison and Paul Carrack.
About the Artist
Adams was born in Kingston, Ontario into a family of English immigrants. Adams' father was in the military and even had a
stint in the United Nations. Because of his father's job, Adams grew traveling around the world. His time spent in other countries
exposed him to different cultures and styles of music. After his parents divorced, Adams and his mother settled back into
Canada. It was there that he began working towards a career in music. He worked as a dish washer to save money for a guitar
and began auditioning as a guitarist while rehearsing with his own band in his mother's basement. He volunteered to sing until
the band could find a replacement, but Adams ended up becoming the lead singer. He got a job as a backup vocalist for Canadian
Broadcasting Company, where he worked with keyboardist Robbie King.
He left school before graduating from high school
and found a job as a background vocalist, working for the Canadian Broadcasting Company. It was there that he worked with
keyboardist Robbie King. During this time, Adams also met Jim Vallance. Vallance was the former drummer for the rock band
Prism. The two began collaborating, and soon Adams was signinig with A&M records. His music was so catchy that other artists
were covering his work even before his first album was released. His first self-titled album gave the singer the exposure
he needed. It helped the singer land gigs writing music for Bonnie Raitt, Joe Cocker and many more. But it was his second
album, Cuts Like a Knife that yielded his first big hits. Songs like "Straight from the Heart," "Cuts Like a Knife" and "This
time were all chart-topping singles on the Billboard's Hot 100 chart. And the album peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard 200.
It wasn't long after the release of his third album that he received his first Grammy Award. Throughout the 90s and 2000s,
the singer continued to create amazing and chart-topping songs that made his star shine even brighter.
He has become
one of the best selling artists in the world, breaking Billboard records with his power ballad "Everything I Do (I Do It For
You)." Some of his many accolades include 20 Juno Awards, 15 Grammy Award nominations, MTV, American Music Awards and several
Golden Globe Awards, as well as Academy Awards for his songwriting for films.
Bryan Adams had been working in the music business for a number of years, it wasn't until the release of his second studio
album that he began to gain notoriety and find his niche in the business. Adams released Cuts Like a Knife in 1983, and the
album spawned many hit singles including "Straight from the Heart," "Cuts Like a Knife" and "This Time." These chart-topping
songs gave the singer the notoriety and the exposure he needed to become the star he was meant to be.
night with Bryan Adams beautiful music and first class stage show is a guaranteed unforgettable concert moment. Get ready
to sing along to all his greatest hits you know by heart. Bryan Adams's dazzling voice and magnetic stage presence makes him
as much fun to watch as he is to listen to. He encourages audience participation, especially for songs that fans know by heart.