Born: November 5, 1959
Place of Birth: Kingston, Ontario
Bryan Adams as a youth lived in a diplomatic family which moved all around the world.
At age 13, Adams settled in Vancouver with his mother and younger brother.
Listening to the Beatles influenced Bryan Adams to begin a career of music.
Adams tried out for several bands in Vancouver but ended up forming his own band.
He dropped out of high school at this time and his mother let him use what was his university money to purchase a piano.
In 1977 he began co-writing songs with Jim Vallance.
Adams and Vallance songs were recorded by several well-known artists such as Prism, BTO and Loverboy
Adams then made a deal with A & M Records in Toronto; Adams signed the deal for one dollar.
In 1979, after recording his first album, Adams hired Bruce Allen to manage him.
Bryan Adams was becoming successful in sales on both sides of the US-Canada border.
Over the next two decades, Adams wrote and recorded many top hit songs and his album sales are in excess of 60 million.
In 1991, he wrote and sang the theme song for the "Robin Hood" movie, "Every Thing I Do" which was the #1 single of the year and was featured in the film
"Prince Of Thieves" and also on the album "Waking Up the Neighbours".
Bryan Adams has since recorded 6 albums, his most recent being "Room Service" which was recorded in hotels.
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