Multi-platinum selling Canadian artist Bryan Adams returns to the Baltics with his typically energetic performance at Saku Arena in Tallinn on May 2, at Arena Riga in Riga on May 3 and at Zalgirio Arena in Kaunas on May 4. Adams and his band are visiting the Baltics to support his latest album “Get Up”, but as usually his set-list consist of great mixture of the brand new pieces and well-known hits.
There is no need to introduce music lovers with Bryan Adams. This is not a first time when he will perform in the Baltics, and his fans are ususally very excited about his energised and emotional concerts. What is just natural because Bryan’s formula of success is based on great melodies, his characteristic, raucous vocal and 100% professional input. At least two hour long, but usually even longer live sets are a routine for Adams and his band. That way the audience has a luxury to enjoy at least a main part of his top hits.
The material for the latest record “Get Up” has been co-written by Bryan Adams and his long-time collaborator Jim Vallance, but this time they had been joined by famed ELO frontman and well known composer Jeff Lynne as producer. As a result 9 brand new songs and 4 acoustic versions were made for the album.
Brand New Day, You Belong to Me, Do What Ya Gotta Do un Don’t Even Try are among the top singles here. Relevant that the Brand New Day video, directed by Adams himself, features movie star, actress Helena Bonham Carter and frontman of the British band Hurts – Theo Hutchcraft.
From the beginning of his career in 1983 with album “Cuts Like A Knife”, Bryan Adams has created so many hits as rarely any other musician. Just to name a few Summer of ’69, Run To You, Kids Wanna Rock, Somebody, One Night Love Affair, It’s Only Love, Cuts Like A Knife, Can’t Stop This Thing We Started, 18 til I Die, The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me, When You’re Gone, Cloud Nr. 9, Back To You, Let’s Make A Night To Remember, Thought I’d Died And Gone To Heaven and, of course, his famous ballads Please Forgive Me, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, All For Love, Do I Have To Say The Words? Straight From The Heart, Heaven, Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?
During his more than three decades long career 13 studio albums, several live and compilation albums have been released. His songs have achieved #1 status in over 40 countries around the world. With countless tours he has visited tens of countries and 6 continents.
The creative work of Bryan Adams has been valued with a number of prestigious awards: Juno, Canadian analogue of Grammy award (56 nominations and 20 prizes); Grammy (15 nominations and 2 prizes), Oscar (3 nominations), Golden Globe (5 nominations); MTV, ASCAP, American Music Awards etc. He has stars on both Canada’s and Hollywood Walk of Fame. Billboard magazine has ranked Bryan Adams on the list of All-Time 100 artists.
For his achevements in music and active philanthropy Adams was made a Member of the Order of Canada and awarded the Order of British Columbia.
More about the artist: https://www.bryanadams.com