Bryan Adams is a Canadian singer, guitarist, songwriter, activist, record producer, philanthropist, and photographer. He gained recognition with his album ‘Cuts Like A Knife,’ in 1983. He followed the success with ‘Reckless’ that turned him into a global star in 1984. Some of his very popular numbers include, ‘Summer of 69,’ ‘All for Love,’ ‘Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?,’ ‘Run To You,’ ‘Heaven,’ ‘Please Forgive Me,’ ‘Everything I Do, I Do It For,’ besides many others. In 1998, he made it to the ‘Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame’ and in 2011, he was inducted into the ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame.’ We have amassed some popular quotes and sayings by the eminent singer that will make you melt over and over again. Zoom through the famous quotes and thoughts by Bryan Adams that are straight from the heart.
Social media is a giant distraction to the ultimate aim, which is honing your craft as a songwriter. There are people who are exceptional at it, however, and if you can do both things, then that's fantastic, but if you are a writer, the time is better spent on a clever lyric than a clever tweet.
I always knew I'd be in music in some sort of capacity. I didn't know if I'd be successful at it, but I knew I'd be doing something in it. Maybe get a job in a record store. Maybe even play in a band. I never got into this to be a star.
I'd been round the world a hundred times and had started to forget where I'd been. I knew I'd been there: it said it on the tour map. I could remember the name of the city but I couldn't remember what it was like - it was a massive blur.
I never took a grant or borrowed a penny from anybody. It was partially because I didn't really know how to do that, but secondly, my pride never would have allowed me to. In the beginning it was about doing it the right way, on the merits of the music.