The Canadian singer is widely regarded as one of the most influential rock artists of his time.
Bryan Adams will be in Prague on December 16 to launch his album “So Happy It Hurts” as part of a global tour of the same name.
The well-known Canadian guitarist has established himself as one of the world’s most exciting live performers over the last 40 years. Many admirers have been wowed by his energetic singing and stage demeanor.
Bryan Adams has published 18 solo albums in his career, with four new records released last year, including “So Happy It Hurts,” which was nominated for a Grammy. In addition, a new collection of his best hits was released, which is available on BMG.
For his music, Adams has already been honored with numerous prizes and awards, such as three Oscar nominations, five Golden Globe nominations, 20 Juno Awards, and two Grammy Awards.
Bryan Adams has established himself as one of the most influential rock artists of his age. He rose to worldwide prominence in the 1980s with tracks such as “Summer of ’69” and “Heaven.” He has sold over 100 million albums globally, making him one of the most famous artists of all time.
He is dedicated to charity purposes in addition to his music and involved in several non-profit groups that assist children and battle cancer. For example, in 1993, he composed and produced the single “All for Love” with Rod Stewart and Sting to benefit Children in Need’s cancer research.
Tickets for the concert can be found on the Livenation CZ website.