Bryan Adams to rock Down Under  
Bryan Adams to rock Down Under
Multi-Grammy Award winner Bryan Adams returns to Australian shores for his first arena rock tour since 2005. Fans Down Under will have the opportunity to listen to classic tunes of this Canadian musician like “Summer of '69”, “(Everything I do) I do it for You”, “Heaven” and “Please Forgive me”.
Special guest Amy MacDonald will join Bryan Adams in his tour. The Scottish artist rose to fame in 2007 with her debut album “This is the Life” and its fourth single of the same name. The single ranked number one in six countries, while reaching the top ten on the charts of another eleven countries.
While Adams is in Sydney, he will also headline the famous festival Bluesfest. The famous music festival that takes place at Byron enjoys an amazing line-up that includes Paul Simon, Ben Harper, Rufus Wainwright, Santana, and many more.
In 2011 Bryan Adams brought to Australia his up close and personal “Bare Bones” sell out theatre tour, which brought critics and fans to a state of ecstasy. During 2011 tour, Adams played the most intimate venues of his career in Oz.
This year Bryan Adams will start his tour in Wollongong on April 18, then he will perform in Sydney on April 19, in Melbourne on April 20, in Adelaide on April 24, in Newcastle on April 26, and finally in Brisbane on April 27.
In the 1980s, the Canadian singer recorded “It's Only Love” with Tina Turner, which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group. Bryan Adams is also famous for his collaboration in 1994 with Rod Stewart and Stong for the single “All for love” written for the Motion Picture Soundtrack of the movie Three Muskeeteers.
The successful soundtrack was followed by “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?” which was released with the Motion Picture Soundtrack of the movie Don Juan DeMarco, featuring Johnny Depp. Adams is also renowned for his single “(Everything I do) I do it for You”, which was his second number one hit single in the Billboard Hot 100 and was the soundtrack for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, starring Kevin Costner.