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Bryan Adams Set to Rock Hungary Again for the Seventh Time

Singer-songwriter Bryan Adams performs during the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games 2017 at Air Canada Centre on 30 September 2017 in Toronto, Canada.
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The star last visited Hungary in September 2019. This year, he will perform at the MVM Dome in Budapest on 14 October.

On 14 October, Bryan Adams will perform in Hungary for the seventh time. The world-famous Canadian rock star will take the stage at the MVM Dome.

This year, Bryan Adams is touring the United States and Europe, where, in addition to his greatest hits, he will also perform songs from his latest studio album, the Grammy-nominated So Happy It Turns, the organizer of the Budapest concert, Live Nation announced on Tuesday.

The star last visited Hungary in September 2019 when he performed at the Superconcert of Szerencsjáték Ltd in Heroes’ Square. The 64-year-old singer, guitarist, and songwriter gave concerts at the Papp László Budapest Sports Arena in 2003, 2006, 2012, and 2016. In 2006, he also performed in Debrecen, and the following year, as the star of the Kapcsolat concert in Budapest, he played in front of 200,000 people.

One of Canada’s most well-known musicians, he has sold over a hundred million records during his four-decade career,

touring on all six continents (being the first Western musician to perform in countries like Pakistan or Vietnam), leading the charts in forty countries. He received the highest Canadian state honour, was inducted into the Music Hall of Fame, and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

His songs have been covered by renowned artists such as Joe Cocker, Bonnie Tyler, Kiss, or Tina Turner, with whom he even sang a duet. He has collaborated with Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Sting, and Rod Stewart.

He has been nominated for Oscars and Golden Globe Awards for his film music, winning a Grammy once in 1992 for the song ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It For You,’ although he has been nominated for a Grammy sixteen times.

The Canadian star is also known as a photographer; his photo album titled ‘Exposed’ was released in 2012. He has taken pictures of the British royal family, had a good relationship with the late Lady Diana, and photographed the tragic fate of Amy Winehouse.


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Sources: Hungarian Conservative/MTI

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