Many thought Bryan Adams' recent comments were harmful and ignorant. His statements were also incorrect.
The Canadian singer wasn't happy about his shows getting cancelled amid the pandemic.
"I’d like to see this happen before I die."
He wrote a song about her, after all.
"Using my voice I stand in solidarity with all my LGBT friends to repeal this extremely discriminatory bill."
"We almost didn't get the equipment into the country, and when we did it was all marked like this."
"Just shout whenever, and I'll be there..." ♫
Now 55, Bryan Adams was all of ten years old in the summer of 69, so it's unlikely that he played his first real six-string until his fingers bled, much less had bandmates who quit and got married. Adams was always channeling other people's nostalgia more than his own. This is what makes his current tour, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Reckless, such a pleasure for longtime fans.
Over the past six months, two of Canada's greatest music legends resurfaced into the national spotlight. Leonard Cohen released
It's been a big few months for Canadian music legend Bryan Adams. In addition to celebrating his 55th birthday last fall