Canada Is Where It All Began for Bryan Adams

Updated: October 30, 2014

Despite having achieved eternal glory, everlasting fame, and the esteemed status of legendary icon, Bryan Adams still makes a point of never departing from Canada for a prolonged period of time.

Bryan Adams and Canada share a brilliantly dynamic relationship, and it’s one of immense appreciation and profound respect.

After all, Canada is where it all began. Adams was born in Kingston, Ontario in 1959 and, since then, Canada’s rock scene has never been the same.

Canada is where Adams recorded his self-titled debut album. Recorded at Toronto’s Manta Studio, 1980’s Bryan Adams was the beginning of a consistently thriving and prosperous career.

Canada is where Adams began and ended his 2-year world tour to support his critically acclaimed and commercially successful 1984 album Reckless. Featuring the smash singles “Heaven” and “Summer of ‘69”, Reckless was an international hit, and is recognized with being one of the greatest rock albums of all time.

Canada is where Adams recorded Into the Fire, the follow-up to Reckless.

Canada is also where Adams was honoured with countless honours and accolades, where Adams was formally invited to visit Prime Minister, and where Adams was pictured on a series of Canada post stamps.

In truth, Adams shaped the rock landscape of Canada. Adams’ international success has not tampered with his appreciation for Canada and, while he may wear many prestigious titles today, Adams remains, above all, a Canadian national treasure.

Now, Bryan Adams is coming back to where it all began.

In 2015, Adams will embark on a Canadian tour in support of his twelfth studio album, Tracks of My Years. Adams will perform at popular Canadian venues such as Toronto’s Air Canada Centre, Victoria’s Save On Foods Memorial Centre, Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome, Edmonton’s Rexall Place, Winnipeg’s MTS Centre, and Montreal’s Bell Centre.

Don’t miss watching Bryan Adams, as he returns to where he belongs!