BRIAN ADAMS WORLD ROCK MUSICIAN
The famous rock musician Brian Adams gained his fame in the mid-eighties. This blue-eyed brunette captivated many women around the world with his voice with notes of velvet baritone. The formation of his musical career can not be called easy.
Having overcome many losses and failures, Brian Adams wrote several world hits that lasted on top of the world famous radio stations for several weeks, and some for months. His songs have been exhibited more than once in the nominations for the Oscars and Golden Globes.
Already at the age of eighteen, Brian Adams together with his friend Jim Wellens signed the first musical contract in his life, according to which it was supposed to be a solo performance of songs by Adams with musical accompaniment by Jim Wellens.
Brian came to world-wide fame after writing the musical accompaniment for the film Robin Hood: The Prince of Thieves – Everything I Do, I Do For You. And his famous ballad about the love relationship between a man and a woman – “What do you know about love for a Woman”, written for the movie “Don Juan de Marco”, made the fair sex of the whole World cry.
But despite the fame that fell on the musician’s head, he continued to write songs for some of the artists he knew and recorded songs with them as a vocalist. Moreover, during his thirty-year musical career, Brian Adams continued to write songs for other singers.
Brian’s life in a period of general fame
Brian Adams World Rock Musician
In the early eighties, Brian Adams released his first solo debut album titled “Brian Adams”. This disc was recorded with the help of friends accompanying him: Jim Wellens on the drum kit, Kate Scott on the guitar and Dave Taylor on the bass. This disc was initially distributed only in Canada, although it has already gained fame in America.
Already in the early spring of the eighties, Adams put together a group of musicians and went on a journey with his songs as a solo artist. For almost half a year Brian Adams performed with his fellow musicians at various nightclubs and student parties. And in the summer of the eighty-first year he recorded another of his music albums – “What you want is what you get”, which was simultaneously released in Canada and the United States of America.
His smash hit Lone Nights won third place on the American rock music chart, and the performer, Brian Adams, traveled to the cities of North America with his solo performances. Within six months, the rock musician performed with more than a hundred solo and group concerts.
And literally a year later, Adams recorded another musical album, “Cuts Like a Knife,” which was given to the top ten American singles. And this album has sold over a million copies.