Bryan Adams In the Studio for “Reckless”
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Bryan Adams has always been a terrific live performer. Case in point: when I visited Bryan at his Vancouver home way back in September 1988 to discuss his career breakthrough Cuts Like a Knife in 1983 and his star-making blockbuster Reckless in 1984, the band had just completed a very successful European tour including […]
If you lived in the US in late 2015/ Winter 2016, for whatever reason it is quite possible that you missed out on the fact that Bryan Adams released a strong album, Get Up! Bryan was so happy to rekindle his famous songwriting partnership with Jim Vallance that he needed ELO mastermind Jeff Lynne to […]
Bryan Adams interview to explore his breakthrough album “Cuts Like a Knife” from January 1983
Bryan Adams sold 16,000,000 copies worldwide of Waking Up the Neighbours since 1991, it starts to take up some real estate on the page. In this week’s classic rock interview, diplomat’s son Bryan reminds us that he had a passport before he had a guitar.
Bryan Adams and his great band at the conclusion of my interview on the eve of his Waking Up the Neighbours tour March 1992 knocking out “House Arrest” at Little Mountain Sound studio with a very appreciative group of radio station guests. But he did not retain the right to remain silent.
In 2015 there was the Bryan Adams collaboration, Get Up, with Electric Light Orchestra/ Traveling Wilburys/ producer Jeff Lynne, and here is evidence of why we’re always interested in what either superstar does creatively. This is Bryan Adams live straight off the floor on “Hey Honey, I’m Packin’ You In“, no overdubs, during the In the Studio live […]
Backtrack with Bryan Adams and his band to rehearsal March 1992 at Little Mountain Sound studio in Vancouver B.C. for their In the Studio performance of “Touch the Hand”, absolutely live. –Redbeard ( L-R Redbeard, Bryan, SiriusXM’s Kurt Gilchrist )
It happened to Elton John, Rod Stewart, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Bryan Adams, Sting, and most recently U2: US radio and music video outlets overplaying the hits by these most popular musicians, in the programmers’ misguided attempts at gaining a bigger audience. But the unfortunate by-product is that these listeners/viewers burn out on the saturation repetition to the peril of the musicians, and the predictable backlash unfortunately is misdirected at the musicians, who had no control over how their songs were appropriated. No one on the planet knows this better now than my guest Phil Collins.
In 1980, the Canadian rockers Loverboy went from my throwaway pile outside my ROCK 103 Memphis office door to the #13-selling album on “Billboard” Album Chart, no thanks to one of the all-time worst album covers ever.