Bryan Adams is a Canadian rock singer-songwriter and musician from Kingston, Ontario.
Starting his music career in 1976, he has released 14 albums across his career, including his debut self-titled album in 1980, his first hit album ‘Cuts Like a Knife’ in 1983, which reached #8 in the Billboard Hot 100, and ‘Reckless’, released in 1984, which gave him his first #1 in the album chart, as well as the singles, Summer of '69 and Run to You. In 1991 he released (Everything I Do) I Do It for You, which spent sixteen weeks at #1 in the UK, and seven weeks at the top of the USA chart. He released his latest album, ‘Get Up’, in 2015.
His honours even include being given the Order of Canada, being inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, as well as numerous Academy Awards, Golden Globes and Grammys, and an incredible 56 nominations for Juno awards.
In the 1980s he toured the world for two years, which saw him hitting the UK, Canada, USA, South America, Japan, Europe, along with other worldwide destinations.
His latest material came in the form of the single Please Stay, in October 2017, and he takes 'The Ultimate Tour' to UK and European arenas in spring 2018, following shows in Australia and New Zealand. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information on Stereoboard below.
Tue 14th Nov 2017
If every picture paints a visual story, every ‘best of’ album tells a musical one. For example, there’s the feeling any Bryan Adams collection called ‘Ultimate’ shouldn’t include tracks recorded after the early ‘90s. Although the truth isn’t quite that straightforward, it’s hard to disagree when listening to the Canadian rocker’s latest career-spanning compilation.