bryan_adams.jpgCanada’s #1 ambassador, mega-platinum singer/songwriter Bryan Adams celebrates the release of his new studio album, 11 (exclusively available at Wal-Mart stores and Sam’s Club nationwide), available tomorrow, Tuesday, May 13.  

 Already available to the rest of the world, 11 debuted in the Top Ten of eleven international charts including #1 in Canada, India and Switzerland; at #2 in Austria, Denmark and Germany; #4 in Portugal; #6 in the UK and #8 in Holland.

Adams is also an acclaimed photographer whose work is currently on display as the official lensman for Hear the World (, a global initiative that raises awareness about the importance of good hearing and the impact of hearing loss.   The exhibit opened in New York on May 1, then will travel to Berlin and Zurich in June.  

One of Adams’ most viewed photographs is a recent portrait of Senator Hillary Clinton, which is currently being used as a campaign poster (see attachment). “I’m flattered that Senator Clinton would use one of my images for such an important time in American politics,” says Adams. “As a Canadian and an impartial observer, I’d be pleased to take Senator Obama’s portrait.”  

Adams is currently on a North American acoustic tour, “Bryan Adams, A Very Special Solo Performance Tour,” remaining dates as follows:

Date                                       City, State                                           Venue

Monday, May 12th                         Long Island, NY           The Boulton Center

Tuesday, May 13th                         Memphis, TN                   The New Daisy

Wednesday, May 14th               Orlando, FL                       BB Kings

Thursday, May 15th                       Columbus, OH               Southern Theatre Belkin

Friday, May 16th                               Minneapolis, MN           The Pantages Theatre

Saturday, May 17th                       San Francisco, CA     The Independent

Sunday, May 18th                           Solana Beach, CA       Belly Up Tavern

Monday, May 19th                         Los Angeles, CA           The Roxy

Bryan Adams with Foreigner dates:

Friday, July 18th                             Portsmouth, VA           Ntelos Wireless Pavilion    

Saturday, July 19th                     Charlotte, NC                   Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre    

Sunday, July 20th                         Alpharetta, GA               Verizon Wireless at Encore Park    

Tuesday, July 22nd                     Jacksonville, FL             Jacksonville Veterans Mem. Arena    

Thursday, July 24th                   Selma, TX                           Verizon Wireless Amphitheater    

Friday, July 25th                             The Woodlands, TX   Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion    

Saturday, July 26th                       Dallas, TX                    Centre    

Appearing with Rod Stewart

Wednesday, July 30th             Paso Robles, CA           California Mid-State Fair    

Friday, August 1st                           Irvine, CA                           Verizon Wireless Amphitheater    

Saturday, August 2nd                 Las Vegas, NV                 MGM Grand Garden Arena    

Tuesday, August 5th                     Hoffman Estates, IL Sears Centre Arena    

Wednesday, August 6th           Clarkston, MI                   DTE Energy Music Theatre    

Friday, August 8th                         Cincinnati, OH               Riverbend Music Center    

Saturday, August 9th                 Cuyahoga Falls, OH   Blossom Music Center

“11” arrives nearly three decades after Adams’ self-titled 1980 debut and four years after his last studio release, 2004’s Room Service. In between those two discs, the Canadian-born, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has sold more than 65 million albums worldwide, garnered 21 top ten hits, earned nominations for three Academy Awards and five Golden Globes, received 18 Juno Awards, an American Music Award and five ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards for Most Performed Song from a Motion Picture (his music has appeared on more than 40 movie soundtracks).

Adams has been awarded the Order of Canada and the Order of British Columbia; he has received an award for “Artist of the Decade” and was recently inducted into the Juno Hall of Fame.   He also has a star on Canada’s Walkway of Fame and recently added his handprint to the Wembley Square of Fame in celebration of his 25th show at the famed stadium.

Bryan Adams’ live performances have benefited His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales Prince’s Trust, Live Aid,   Live 8, The Concert for Freedom for Nelson Mandela, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, Net Aid, The Canadian Avalanche Foundation and Breast Cancer,   as well as campaigns that have saved the rainforests, provided food and comfort for the needy and created whale sanctuaries. Through his own foundation he has also helped build schools in areas of Southeast Asia, devastated by the tsunami in 2004.

Bryan’s outstanding live concerts have established him as one of the world’s best rock singers of our time, performing over 120 concerts a year as he works to spread his message of music and environmental awareness to an audience of millions around the globe.

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