Friday, January 21, 2011

Brand Adams Coming Nepal

         Bryan Adams to rock Kathmandu

In a YouTube video for JPR Events, an event and performance management company, the 51-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter, standing along with his group, says: "Hi, this is Bryan Adams. We´re coming to Nepal in February. Looking forward to seeing you there."

 Video: Adams´s video confirming his Nepal tour
Sunil Hamal of JPR Events confirmed that Adams´ gig is scheduled for February 19, 2011, at the Dashrath Stadium.

The event in collaboration with Simant Gurung from ODC Network, will be "a world class event" with sound systems and stage set up imported from India along with four 20X20 LED screens so that the audience can have a good experience, Hamal said.

Arpana Thapa, who grew up listening to Adams, said she is already excited to see him in Kathmandu and listed her favorites including "I Finally Found Someone" featuring Barbra Streisand.
Bryan Adams to rock India in February
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Saturday, 20 November 2010
Bryan Adams, who enjoys a huge fan base in India, is all set to rock the nation with his four-city tour in Press conference: Bryan Adams to rock India in February

Bollywood actor Sunil Shetty, his wife Maana Shetty who runs the NGO ‘Save The Children India’ Foundation along with Netsurf Entertainment are instrumental in bringing Bryan Adams for his Live In Concert as a special philanthropic initiative to raise funds. A press meet was held in Mumbai and attended by Sunil, Maana and Netsurf Entertainment head to announce Bryan’s upcoming concert.
Bryan Adams Rocks Fashion’s Night Out
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Thursday, 16 September 2010

When one woman among the throng at the Calvin Klein Collection flagship store in NYC (at Madison  Avenue and 60th Street) spied the mic, drum kit and keyboards visible in the main room last Friday night, she asked, “Who’s playing?” When told it was Grammy-winning Canadian rocker Bryan Adams, she was pleasantly surprised. She had no clue he would be there and was probably among the thousands of Manhattanites perusing through high end retails stores on Fashion’s Night Out. It might have seemed like a random thing, but most of the people there knew what was coming. Adams’ appearance had been well-publicized, and most in attendance were ready to heartily sing along to tunes like “Here I Am,” “Back To You,” “Heaven” and “Run To You”.
Bryan Adams strips down

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Monday, 29 November 2010
In his latest interview Bryan Adams tells CNN's Shanon Cook about his new acoustic record, his tweets and his photography.

VIDEO: Interview with Shannon Cook on CNN

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New live album “Bare Bones” to be released in November
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Sunday, 03 October 2010
Inspired by his experience recording "MTV's Unplugged" in the 90's, Adams decided to revisit performing his material pared down once again in 2008.

Bare Bones is an inspired collection of minimally arranged hits culled from Adams' impressive body of work spanning three decades. Recorded in spring of 2010 during his "Bare Bones Tour," the disc captures a raw Adams, featuring only his distinctive voice and guitar, accompanied on select songs by keyboardist Gary Breit, lending a newfound appreciation and perspective to what many consider some of the most beloved songs in pop/rock music.

With a consistently loyal following on the road, Adams continued playing live shows with these new spare arrangements in 2010, and as an experiment decided to start recording them for a possible record. Comments Adams, "as the tour rolled across the USA and Canada, many people were asking for a recording of the songs as they had just heard in the show. So in response to that, I decided to record a few shows to see if a recording was even interesting... I like the way the songs carry themselves warts and all, bare-boned, without the original arrangements of a full band or an orchestra." He continues, "These recordings only have the voices and handclaps of the fans in the audience and the ambience of the room to lift them." 
Adams: Better than 2006!
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Tuesday, 13 July 2010
Sitting relaxed after attending the Final between Spain and the Netherlands on Sunday evening, Bryan Adams was happy to open up to about his experiences in Soccer City.


The rock legend is currently midway through his ‘Bare Bones Tour’, playing dates in Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban and even Nambia before travelling back to Johannesburg next Sunday for a date at the Coca-Cola Dome; the venue where he wowed the crowds last Friday for during the ‘Celebrate Africa – The Grand Finale’ concert with Andrea Bocelli. But the self-confessed Chelsea fan was eager to talk about his experiences of the game, as well as his admiration for sportsmen and why he feels that football’s better with a vuvuzela.

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