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Bryan Adams: “My most prized guitar is a D-18 Martin acoustic guitar that once belonged to Johnny Cash”

A rock legend checks in, and one question hangs in the air like a recently twanged E chord. What has made Bryan Adams so joyful that he titled his new album So Happy It Hurts?. Just a few moments into our conversation and the reason for the pure unbridled joy relating to the new record becomes perfectly clear. Having been off the road for the longest time since he turned professional, Bryan Adams’ time in the solitary confinement imposed by the pandemic is drawing to a close and a world tour is in the offing once again.
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Bryan Adams at Nottingham Motorpoint Arena

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Bryan Adams Feels Challenged And Free At This Stage Of His Career

Bryan Adams feels that in today's climate veteran artists have much more freedom than they did 20 years ago. Ultimate-Guitar transcribed some of Adams' recent interview on Britain's BBC Radio 2, in which he talked candidly about the state of his and his peers' careers, explaining, “In some ways I feel more inspired now than ever to continue to make music because it's so much more challenging to get anything going. You're not really allowed, after you've had quite a bit of success, to carry on. It's very difficult to get magazines interested in you, it's all kinds of things. After you've been around, you'd think it'd be easy, but it's not, It's actually easier if you're 21.”

Jason Aldean and Bryan Adams Take 2022 CMT Music Awards to ‘Heaven’

Jason Aldean teamed up with ’80s rocker Bryan Adams to cover the classic ballad “Heaven” at the 2022 CMT Music Awards, finding the promised land of love on rainy Nashville streets. Reprising of their CMT Crossroads appearance from 2014, the pair teamed up for their performance outside...

CMT Music Awards Adds Performers Jason Aldean, Jimmie Allen, Bryan Adams, Monica, Walker Hayes, Thomas Rhett & Riley Green

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: The 2022 CMT Music Awards have added more performers to its inaugural broadcast on CBS. Jason Aldean will perform with Bryan Adams, while Jimmie Allen and Monica will join up with the previously announced Little Big Town. Walker Hayes and Thomas Rhett will also croon alongside Riley Green from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium on April 11. Previously announced performers for the telecast include Mickey Guyton and Black Pumas, Kelsea Ballerini, Kane Brown, Cody Johnson, Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd, Carly Pearce, Cole Swindell and Lainey Wilson and Keith Urban. Kacey Musgraves will...

2022 CMT Music Awards announce Jason Aldean, Bryan Adams, 'Queer Eye' cast members to appear

Co-hosts Kelsea Ballerini and Anthony Mackie will not be the only superstar pairing taking the stage at the 2022 CMT Music Awards on April 11 at Municipal Auditorium. Less than a week remains until the annual awards ceremony makes its CBS debut (streaming via Paramount+). The lists of both performers collaborating for live performances and those presenting awards are unquestionably impressive.  ...

Bryan Adams shuts down TV hosts when asked about ‘Summer of ’69’ in awkward interview

Bryan Adams is not up for talking about his classic hit “Summer of ’69” any more.During an interview on Australian TV on Thursday morning (24 March), the Canadian singer, 62, swerved a question about the 1985 rock song.Today Extra hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell were interviewing Adams about his new album Happy it Hurts, when Russell said: “1969 though, it was a pretty big year in history – the moon landing, Woodstock – but you were just a kid back then so what is the story behind ‘Summer of ’69’?”Without hesitation, Adams replied: “I don’t want to...

Bryan Adams, ‘So Happy It Hurts': Album Review

Like pretty much everyone else on the planet, Bryan Adams had a pretty lousy lockdown period. It started with a misinterpreted comment about his veganism and ended with a canceled performance at the 2021 Rock & Rock Hall of Fame inductions after the Canadian rocker tested positive for COVID-19. But...