Bryan Adams Does Intimate Acoustic Toronto Shows

Published: 2008-07-31
Canadian rocker Bryan Adams will take a break from his stadium shows across the continent to do a couple of intimate shows in Toronto this fall. Since his start in the early eighties, Bryan Adams has been one of the most popular Canadian artists in the world. Though his debut, self-titled album was released in 1980 it was his 1984 album Reckless that catapulted to the top of the charts with hits like "Heaven", "Summer of 69". In 1991, he released the ubiquitous single "(Everything I do) I do it for You" both on the soundtrack to Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and on his hit record Waking Up the Neighbours. He continued to pen successful soundtrack songs like "Have You Really Loved A Woman" for the film Don Juan DeMarco and the tune "All For Love" from the Three Musketeers soundtrack that he sung with Sting and Rod Stewart.

This spring, he released his eleventh studio album, appropriately titled 11. It was released in March in Canada and around the world but only appeared in the United States in May, and exclusively at Wal-Mart and Sam's Club. Earlier this year, he played an acoustic tour in small, intimate venues across the United States before mounting a proper stadium and arena tour. Now he'll be treating a couple of Toronto audiences to a similar intimate performance with a pair of shows at the Carlu this fall. Here are the details:

September 4-5, Toronto, ON The Carlu


Writer: Michelle Garcia

   

 

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