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Originally posted 09/16/2015 10:15AM
Originally posted 04/29/2015 10:40PM
He performed the song in Nashville on Tuesday night – 13 years after booting a fan for making the request
Originally posted 11/12/2014 09:45AM
One of Britain's best-known servicemen, Prince Harry, viewed some poignant photos taken by rocker Bryan Adams as Britain remembered its lost soldiers Tuesday.
Originally posted 10/08/2014 05:20PM
For a long time, Ryan Adams was not amused by the similarity between his name and that of Canadian rocker Bryan Adams. In 2002, he had a fan thrown out of a venue for yelling a request for "Summer of '69," and he told Spin in 2006 that he had to go "into therapy" because of Bryan Adams-related heckling at his shows.
Originally posted 09/25/2014 07:00AM
If this film thing doesn't work out, Johnny Depp has a sure future as musical sideman.
Originally posted 11/05/2013 04:30PM
It's something of a cosmic joke that Nov. 5 is the shared birth date of Ryan "Don't Call Me Bryan" Adams and Bryan "Canadian" Adams. We'd like to wish them both a happy birthday, except we're getting a little confused. That's why we created this trusty cheat sheet to help ourselves – and you – keep these guys straight.
Originally posted 02/14/2013 06:15PM
The singer's second daughter Lula Rosylea got her name after she arrived at tea time, he tells PEOPLE
Originally posted 11/08/2012 02:45PM
"Alicia's either eaten too much chocolate cake or we're expecting another baby," the singer jokes to PEOPLE
Originally posted 05/05/2011 07:00PM
Bryan Adams is in heaven.
The rocker-photographer and co-founder of his foundation, Alicia Grimaldi, welcomed a daughter last month, his rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
"I'm really proud to announce on 22 April, Mirabella Bunny was born," says Adams, 51.
"She arrived like all good Easter bunnies on Easter Friday," Adams added. "Mother and baby are both well and happy. Thanks in advance for your kind thoughts and wishes."
Originally posted 02/11/2010 02:35PM
The 2010 Winter Olympics may be lacking snow, but that hasn't stopped the leaks.
The first names of likely opening-ceremony performers have filtered out, thanks to spies at the rehearsals and a commercial for the Vancouver Games that aired during Saturday Night Live.
Canadians Nelly Furtado, Sarah McLachlan and Bryan Adams all seem a lock for Friday night. Best bets are also rockers Rush and jazz singer Nikki Yanofsky, also both Canadians. The '80s band Devo will be among the bands performing at the Games' medal ceremonies.
So far no word on Shania Twain, the overwhelming first pick of 62 percent of readers in a PEOPLE poll, nor for other Canadian poll faves Avril Lavigne (24 percent) or Celine Dion (7 percent). Furtado got 2 percent in the poll.
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