Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Sports Hall, Novi Beograd
Bryan Adams, a Canadian rocker, appeared in Sports Hall in New Belgrade in front of an audience of 4,000 fans.
Bryan Adams has sold more than 50 million records up to now and last year he released the double Anthology album – the collection of the greatest hits.
It is interesting that When You’re Gone, the single intended for the American market and sung by the Canadian rocker together with Pamela Anderson, a sillicone star, has been removed from the record.
However, Adams wrote songs for numerous films (Robin Hood, Three Musketeers, Don Juan DeMarco…); he has been nominated three times for Oscar for writing music in films and he has been also famous for his humanitarian activism.
Bryan also works as a professional photographer; his photos have been published in the magazines, such as: Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar and Jane, in 2004 he was invited to take photographs of Elisabeth II, the English Queen.
- Room Service
- Open Road
- 18 til I Die
- Let’s Make a Night to Remember
- Can’t Stop This Thing We Started
- Back to You
- I Think About You
- Summer of ’69
- Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?
- (Everything I Do) I Do It for You
- Cuts Like a Knife
- When You’re Gone (Bryan Adams & Melanie C cover)
- It’s Only Love (Bryan Adams & Tina Turner cover)
- This Time
- The Only Thing That Looks Good on Me Is You
- Cloud #9
- Run to You