Adams - " 'Cause when it's all for one it's one for all "
Bryan Adams, vocals, guitar
most popular CDs and DVDs: Best
of Me, So Far So Good, Room Service, Reckless, Live at Slane Castle, 18
Til I Die
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To You 5:34
This Side of Paradise 4:43
All For Love 3:56
Open Road 3:44
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Bryan Adams, (born November 5, 1959 is a successful
Canadian singer and songwriter.
Bryan Adams was born in Kingston, Ontario. When Bryan was young his parents
travelled throughout Europe and the Middle East, as his father was a diplomat.
Adams has been inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame and in 1990 he was
made a Member of the Order of Canada and the Order of British Columbia.
In 1998 Bryan Adams was promoted to an Officer of the Order of Canada.
Bryan Adams best-known songs include "Summer of '69", "Heaven",
"Everything I Do (I Do It for You)", "Cuts Like a Knife",
and "Run to You". Bryan's most popular album release is Reckless.
At seventeen years old Adams sent some demos to A&M Records and was
signed to a recording contract for one dollar at the age of eighteen.
Bryan has released fourteen albums since then.
Bryan Adams first album, Bryan Adams, was released in 1980 and
his second, You Want It You Got It, in 1981. Bryan's third proved to be
his breakthrough album; Cuts Like a Knife created four hits in 1983. Adams
quickly followed up that album with his popular Reckless at the end of
1984. It spawned five hit songs and was certified platinum. Next came
Into the Fire in 1987. On July 3, 1988 in Werchter, Belgium, a crowd of
50,000 braved the rain and wind to witness one of Bryan Adams' best concerts.
It was later broadcast in Canada and on MTV around the world.
Bryan Adams 1994 album, Live!Live!Live! is the recording
of that concert in full. One of his most successful records is Waking
Up the Neighbours album in 1991 (see 1991 in music). It was produced by
Robert John "Mutt" Lange and Adams and featured the single "(Everything
I Do) I Do It For You". This song was number one everywhere in the
world in 1991 and 1992, and spent sixteen weeks at number one on the charts
in the United Kingdom, setting the record.
Adams next album was a greatest hits collection So Far So Good.
Bryan helped contributed to the Canadian benefit record for Ethiopia called
Tears Are Not Enough in 1985. In that same year he took part in the U.S
side of the Live Aid concert in Philadelphia.
Bryan Adams was in London to play at the Nelson Mandela birthday party
concert at Wembley Stadium in 1988.
In 1990 Bryan joined many other guests (including Michael Kamen) for Roger
Waters' massive performance of The Wall in Berlin, Germany. Apart from
that he has been engaged in projects like creating the Southern Antarctic
Whale Sanctuary and Amnesty International.
Adams also supports many other charities like the Elephant Sanctuary,
Hohenwald in Tennessee and Elefriends in England, both in which he advocates
on his 1998 album On A Day Like Today. Adams supports breast cancer research
for cures through his photography work.
On January 29, 2005 Bryan Adams joined many of Canada's biggest stars
in a benefit concert from Vancouver for the victims of 2004 Indian Ocean
earthquake and also performed at Live 8's Canadian performance in Barrie,
Ontario on July 2, 2005.
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