Bryan Adams is a singer-songwriter based out of Canada. Since making his self-titled debut in 1980, Adams has regularly topped album and radio charts alike in his native country, while also making a substantial impact on U.S. and European charts. In support of his eleventh studio album, “11,” released in 2008, Adams has completed several acoustic and electric tour legs across Europe, the U.S. and Canada, visiting venues ranging in size from clubs to arenas. He remains best-known in the U.S. for his 1985 hit single “Summer of ’69.”

Today’s recap includes concert and tour announcements and more, as compiled by TicketNews on February 17, 2009. Industrial rock icon Nine Inch Nails has announced a farewell tour with reformed rockers Jane’s Addiction. … The first few North American concert dates for R&B’s newest queen Beyonce have been confirmed.... Read more
After completing a January tour of the South, rock musician Bryan Adams will head north of the border for a dozen shows in his native Canada. The new round of dates picks up February 8 at The Port Theatre in Nanimo, BC, and wraps March 14 at the John... Read more
With his next round of U.S. acoustic performances just a week away, singer-songwriter Bryan Adams has announced plans for more intimate concerts in 2009. The upcoming jaunt launches November 28 at Town Hall in Seattle, WA, and concludes December 7 at Ikeda Theatre in Mesa, AZ. The new round... Read more
Following his late fall tour of the UK, Bryan Adams will return to the States for a series of acoustic concerts late in the 2008 season. The stripped-down solo sets kick off November 28 at Town Hall in Seattle, WA, and continue through December 7 at Ikeda Theatre in... Read more
Annie Lennox, Bryan Adams and Natasha Bedingfield will perform at the Peace One Day Celebration on September 9 at Nokia Theatre Times Square in New York City. Lennox and Adams will perform acoustic sets. Actor Jude Law and rocker Lenny Kravitz are among those to send messages via video.... Read more
Canadian pop/rocker Bryan Adams will have a busy summer opening for Foreigner and for Rod Stewart while also throwing in a few solo acoustic shows at more intimate clubs and theaters. Adams opens nine times for Foreigner from July 15-26, seven times with Stewart from July 30-August 9 and... Read more