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Bryan Adams - 2013 Solo Acoustic Tour :
Bryan Adams will be hitting the states in a tour for 2010 - 2013. Starting in February, Bryan Adams will bring his solo acoustic tour stateside. Dubbed The Bare Bones Tour, Bryan Adams will hit middle America and his tour dats will work their way east (sorry no West Coast tour dates posted yet but 2013 tour dates are showing up).

Bryan Adams is an amazing performer that I’ve never seen live. I don’t know that I will have the chance to attend his local show in March, but I would like to. Classic songs like Straight From The Heart, Summer of ’69, Somebody, Heat Of The Night, and Cuts Like A Knife must sound incredible in a live acoustic setting. Bryan Adams is the epitome of 80s pop music and for years he was the king of the world. What fun it would be to relive that for just one night.

Bryan Adams extends tour in to 2013 :
Hard-touring singer/songwriter Bryan Adams has tacked a slew of new concerts and 2013 tour dates onto his forthcoming 2013 tour.

Bryan Adams will kick off the three-month 2013 tour with dates in Rapid City, SD. Since last check, 11 concerts & dates have been added to the itinerary, nearly doubling the US road trip, which is slated to wrap up April 26 in Morristown, PA. The full schedule is shown above. Look up for Bryan Adams tour dates for 2013.

Bryan Adams Tour DatesThe Canadian artist's aptly titled 11th studio set initially hit shelves exclusively at Wal-Mart and Sam's Club retailers in 2008. Bryan Adams followed the album's arrival with an "11 Days, 11 Cities" acoustic tour of Europe, as well as a late-year solo-acoustic run of the US and additional acoustic dates early last year.

"Whenever I wanted, I always had a band to fall back on," Bryan Adams told LiveDaily in an interview last spring. "But in this case, it's really different. It's gonna be all acoustic--just me and my guitar and my harmonica. That's something I had never done before."

Bryan Adams previous studio album, "Room Service," was released in the US in 2005 and marked his first set of new music in almost seven years, with the exception of the 2002 Grammy-winning film soundtrack for "Spirit," which the singer/songwriter composed and performed in English and French.

Bryan Adams, one of the most popular artists in Canadian music history, broke through to mainstream success with 1983's "Cuts Like a Knife," which spawned hits in "Straight from the Heart" and "This Time," along with the title track. The subsequent album, "Reckless," rose to the top of The Billboard 200 and included the hit singles "Run to You" and "Summer of '69." Bryan Adams tour

Bryan Adams considering live DVD of acoustic tour :
Bryan Adams has added another round of tour dates to his current itinerary. The three-month trek kicks off February 19th and now winds down April 26th. Bryan Adams has been out behind his 2008 effort, 11.

Bryan Adams has been on the road doing acoustic shows over the past two years and doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon. He tells us that there's a chance he could make a live DVD out of his latest tour: "Well, I've been talking about it, but I'm still a little bit timid about doing it. But you know, I suppose if the right venue came about or something. So yeah, there's talk of it."

In other news, recent reports indicate that Bryan Adams has been spotted rehearsing for tonight's (Friday, February 12th) Winter Olympics' opening ceremony in Vancouver. The performers have remained hush-hush, but some websites suggest that the bill could also include fellow Canadians, Rush and Sarah McLachlan. There’s also hints of tour dates for a Bryan Adams tour for 2013.

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Bryan Adams Brings His Bare Bones Tour to the Anderson Center :
Bryan Adams TourBryan Adams continues his highly successful Bare Bones concert tour in select U.S. cities this 2013 year. The intimate concert will come to Binghamton, NY at the Anderson Center for The Performing Arts on June 14. Tickets go on sale March 5, 2010 at noon at the Anderson Center Box Office, on line at anderson.binghamton.edu or by phone at 607-777-ARTS. Adams has interspersed these special sold-out performances in between stadium dates in Europe and the U.S., and this new spin on his classic hits has been met with rave reviews from critics and fans alike:
"Armed only with a small array of acoustic guitars, Adams packed enthusiastic fans — sometimes a bit too enthusiastic — into the intimate Sheldon for a great night of music and insight." -St. Louis Post Dispatch

"They sang along with the ever-so-familiar choruses, filled in vocal gaps he left for them, clapped the missing drum parts, hummed the missing solos, and roared their approval after every offering, right up to a long and hearty standing ovation after 'Run To You'." Toronto Star.

"Threading hits with new material, the soundtrack-singer and celebrity-portrait shooter (the stage design consisted of six towering lighting stands), succeeded in transferring his emotional ballads and crafted, sing-along rock to a mature setting." Globe and Mail.

As Canada's best known ambassador, Bryan Adams has spent the last three decades making music history. He has sold over 65 million records, toured six continents and achieved #1 status in over 40 countries around the world. With hits like, Cuts Like A Knife, Summer of 69, Kids Wanna Rock, Can't Stop This Thing We've Started, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, Open Road and most recently Thought I'd Seen Everything, Bryan Adams status as one of the great songwriter's of our time, has been solidified. His most recent album of original material is titled '11' and this past year he contributed the lead track "You've Been A Friend to Me" to the John Travolta film "Old Dogs". Bryan Adams was a part of the Opening Ceremonies for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games, singing a duet - "Bang The Drum" - alongside fellow Canadian Nelly Furtado. This year Bryan will be recognized at the Juno's with the Humanitarian Award and a week later he will receive the prestigious Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement.

Bryan Adams liveHe has been awarded the Order of Canada and in 2006, was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the Juno Awards in Halifax. He has been nominated for Academy Awards, Golden Globes and Grammy's and last year his handprint was added to the Wembley Square of Fame in celebration of his 25th show at the famed stadium.

Bryan's outstanding live concerts have established him as one of the world's best rock singers, performing over 120 concerts a year. The show at the Anderson Center for The Performing Arts provides a rare opportunity for fans to see Bryan Adams as they've not seen him tour before. Keep watch for Bryan Adams 2013 tour dates. Do not miss this Bryan Adams tour.

Bryan Adams Tour Dates
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Bryan Adams Biography and Brief Information :
Bryan Adams (born November 5, 1959) is a successful Canadian singer and songwriter. He was born in Kingston, Ontario to British parents, and moved with his parents throughout Europe and the Middle East.

Bryan Adams MerchandiseAdams was given his first guitar at age ten, bought his first electric guitar at age 11 and at age 14 moved to Vancouver and started auditioning as a guitarist. He left school at 15, joined a band as a singer and went on the road. He met drummer Jim Vallance in 1977 and the two began collaborating as songwriters, and before long their material was being covered by many artists. A&M Records was sent some demos and signed Adams to a recording contract at age 18.

He has released 14 albums since then.

In 1990 he joined many other guests (including Michael Kamen) for Roger Waters' massive performance of The Wall in Berlin. Apart from that he is engaged in many charity projects like Greenpeace's 'Saving the Whales' or Amnesty International. He recently joined Canada's benefit concert for the tsunami victims.

One of his most popular success was the album Waking Up the Neighbours in 1991 (see 1991 in music), produced by Mutt Lange and featuring the ballad '(Everything I Do) I Do It for You'. This song was a huge #1 hit around the world. Other soundtrack songs were 'Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?' from Don Juan de Marco; and 'All For Love' from The Three Musketeers, performed with Rod Stewart and Sting. Adams has been nominated for three Academy Awards.

His musical career also includes several collaborations and duets, e.g. with Tina Turner in 'It's Only Love', Sarah McLachlan in 'Don't Let Go', Mel C. in 'When you're Gone', Chicane in 'Don't Give Up', and the aforementioned collaboration on 'All For Love'.

He has been inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame. In 1990 he was made a Member of the Order of Canada and the Order of British Columbia. In 1998 he was promoted to an Officer of the Order of Canada.

His latest album, Room Service was released on September 28, 2004 with 'Open Road' being its first single. The second single 'Flying' is a typical Bryan Adams ballad. Adams is currently working on an acoustic album while on his 2013 tour.

Bryan Adams Concert Schedule
Bryan Adams Concert Schedule

More About Bryan Adams :
Canadian Bryan Adams rose to popularity in 1983 with the release of his third album, "Cuts Like A Knife". The album made him popular throughout the United States. However, it was his fourth album "Reckless", which is referred to as one of the best albums of the eighties that made him an international superstar and gave him his first Grammy nomination. It also sold 4 million copies at the time.

Bryan Adams live concertIn 1987, he released "Into the Fire", a more social conscious album. The album yielded a top ten hit "Heat Of The Night", another Grammy nomination and another platinum album to his name. In 1991, however, he released the album "Waking Up The Neighbours" which included the single "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You". The song sold more than three million copies in the US, becoming the second best selling single, second only to "We Are The World". It was also Adams's first Academy-Award nomination and Golden Globe nomination as the song was written for the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991). "Waking Up The Neighbours" sold 4 million albums in the US and garnered him six Grammy nominations (a record for a Canadian).

He won one for best song written specifically for a motion picture or television ("(Everything I Do) I Do It For You"). In 1993, he released a greatest hits album, titled "So Far So Good", which spawned a #1 hit, "Please Forgive Me". In 1995, Adams released the single "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?" from the movie Don Juan DeMarco (1994), which became his fourth #1 hit and his second Academy-Award nomination. He is one of two non-American singers to have four number one hits and the most successful Canadian singer ever. In 1996, he released the album "18 Til I Die", which has garnered him another 2 Grammy nominations. Later that year, he sang and wrote the single, "I Finally Found Someone", a duet with Barbra Streisand for her movie, The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996), later that year.

"I Finally Found Someone" became a top ten hit and won Adams his third Academy-Award nomination. He has released three more albums since then, "MTV Unplugged" in 1997, "On A Day Like Today" in 1998 and most recently all of the songs for the Dreamworks animated film Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002) in which Adams got his second Golden Globe nomination for "Best song". Bryan Adams is currently on tour now and will have tour dates through out 2013.
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