Bryan Adams

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible since: 2004 (The 2005 Induction Ceremony)

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Run To You (1984)
Summer Of '69 (1984)
(Everything I Do I Do It for You (1991)

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Will Bryan Adams be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
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Bryan Adams will be a rock n roll hall of fame inductee in 2007 he have to !

Posted by anuar on Thursday, 02.15.07 @ 14:23pm


Bryan truly is a classic case of a one-album wonder. Take everything from the "So Far So Good" album out of his resume and you're looking at one of the worst artists of his time.

Posted by Creepozoid on Monday, 04.23.07 @ 01:29am


Remember though that if that one album was big and innovative, it might be enough for the HOF. Sex Pistols had just one album and they made it in.

Posted by maplejet on Wednesday, 06.13.07 @ 13:03pm


True, but the Sex Pistols' one album changed (or helped change) the course of rock and roll. Bryan Adams' greatest hits collection or "Reckless" did not do that. It was just a good set of 80's rockers. I really like "Reckless", it's a great 80's rock record, but not enough for Hall of Fame consideration.

Posted by Dezmond on Wednesday, 06.13.07 @ 13:59pm


I agree with Dezmond....BA's music was catchy, but it was not innovative nor did it have some profound influence on rock ...sorry

Posted by Anon on Wednesday, 06.13.07 @ 15:17pm


I think Bryan is more than a "One Album Wonder" as one person put it. Reckless was really good, but everyone forgets the "Cuts Like a Knife" album (1983) was the year before Reckless and produced three solid hits.
I agree his music hasn't changed rock or moved other artists to imitate him, but the guy has 5 number one hits from the early 80's to the late 90's and several more top 10 singles. Hard not to seriously consider him. He's still around almost 30 years later.....and still making good pretty good music.

Posted by Jim on Thursday, 10.4.07 @ 21:26pm


Yeah, Bryan Adams was kind of kickass in the '80s. Then he started out the '90s with that super-sappy song from the Robin Hood movie* and it was all downhill from there. (* I thought both that song and that movie were awesome at the time, of course, but I was 15.)

Posted by A-Killa on Friday, 11.16.07 @ 09:13am


Bryan Adams is better than all of you lousy "critics"

Posted by Dodge on Saturday, 11.22.08 @ 19:27pm


Ok... Bryan Adams maybe is not sex pistols ... But c´mon, he is one of the most selling artist n the past 30 years... he is ver talented singer/songwriter, he has a lot of respect from musicians ... and true is very hated for others... I think reckless is not his only good album, and "the robin hood song" is great all his followers albums were produced by him with robert mutt lange... his concerts are really amazing and his guitarist keith scott is incredible... his is in this busines for more than 30 years ... what more do you want ??

Posted by patty on Saturday, 02.14.09 @ 19:08pm


"what more do you want ??"--patty

An apology from Canada.

Posted by Philip on Saturday, 02.14.09 @ 22:11pm


i love this guy rock on

Posted by alec heldreth on Tuesday, 04.7.09 @ 08:08am


Why is Madonna in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame and Bryan Adams isn ´t? I mean he is one of the greatest Rockstars ever.

Posted by Robin on Sunday, 12.27.09 @ 16:13pm


No... no he is not.

Posted by Philip on Monday, 12.28.09 @ 18:18pm


I like some of his stuff, but it's pretty normal pop-rock, and is nothing I haven't heard before, and he's not all that influential, plus consider all the worthy artists who are still waiting. No, he shouldn't get in.

Posted by Sam on Friday, 02.5.10 @ 17:12pm


An apology from Canada.
Posted by Philip on Saturday, 02.14.09 @ 22:11pm

I cannot believe it took me this long to find that funny.

Posted by Sam on Tuesday, 03.9.10 @ 19:37pm


The greatest canadian artist of all time and one of the most underrated.

Posted by Badfan on Sunday, 03.14.10 @ 07:40am


A sad commentary on Canadian artists overall.

Posted by Philip on Sunday, 03.14.10 @ 16:59pm


GO PLAY SOME HOCKEY YOU FILTHY CANUCKS
BASEBALL RULEZ!!!
NOT AS MUCH AS THE ARCTIC MONKEYS THOUGH!

Posted by CJ on Sunday, 03.14.10 @ 17:18pm


Bryan Adams should be inducted into the hall of fame.Here is why,he is still recording, writing and touring around the world with great success.He still draws a crowd after all these years and kids today enjoy his music.Plus if you ever heard him live he sounds great.A true rock-n-roller.Not this recording studio crap they doctor up today.So put him in now!

Posted by bill on Monday, 03.15.10 @ 16:00pm


The same could be said of alot of other artists not in the Hall. You can't induct everyone.

Posted by Sam on Sunday, 03.21.10 @ 20:09pm


Bryan deserves induction because he preserved and touched a wide audience around the globe. He is the most successful Canadian artist ever and hit it bigger in the UK than any other Canadian artist. He is a truly global monster. What do you have against catchy music. Everyone, great is great and the number of top 10's and #1's are eye-popping as is his longevity. Innovative or not he has has touched many of us. He is a true musician and consumate artist of the masses. Those of you who say no dice. Look up his resume and compare it with many who have been inducted- similar popular artists like Aerosmith, ho may have not been so original but had us singing and weeping when it called for it.

Posted by john tzikas on Monday, 07.5.10 @ 21:36pm


Bryan deserves induction because he preserved and touched a wide audience around the globe. He is the most successful Canadian artist ever and hit it bigger in the UK than any other Canadian artist. He is a truly global monster. What do you have against catchy music. Everyone, great is great and the number of top 10's and #1's are eye-popping as is his longevity. Innovative or not he has has touched many of us. He is a true musician and consumate artist of the masses. Those of you who say no dice. Look up his resume and compare it with many who have been inducted- similar popular artists like Aerosmith, and Rod Stewart. They may have not been so original but had us singing and weeping when it called for it.

Posted by john tzikas on Monday, 07.5.10 @ 21:37pm


Neil Young is a more successful Canadian artist than Bryan Adams.

Posted by Paul in KY on Tuesday, 07.6.10 @ 07:52am


I appreciate the sentiments, john. I defend anyone's right to like whoever they please. Unfortunately, some of your points are wrong.

"Bryan deserves induction because he preserved and touched a wide audience around the globe."

I appreciate an artist making his fans happy. Unfortunately, sales are fourth in line in terms of criteria.

"He is the most successful Canadian artist ever and hit it bigger in the UK than any other Canadian artist."

So you're a Brit like me, huh? Yes, we really have taken to BA haven't we? However, Paul is correct when he says Neil Young is more succesful.

"What do you have against catchy music. Everyone, great is great and the number of top 10's and #1's are eye-popping as is his longevity."

I like some of his music. I respect him and his success, but sales aren't the main criteria.

"Those of you who say no dice. Look up his resume and compare it with many who have been inducted- similar popular artists like Aerosmith, and Rod Stewart."

His resume can compare to some people who have been inducted, I'll grant you that. But he's not as succesful as Rod Stewart, and he's not as successful as Aerosmith, and was never better than 70's Aerosmith (which was original to me.) I won't deny the Hall's got it wrong plenty of times, but Bryan can't compare to that many people in the Hall in terms of impact and success.

Posted by Sam on Tuesday, 07.6.10 @ 15:34pm


Bryan Adams is a big singer and songwriter, and over 30 years of story of rock and multi millions album and singles on the world....Bryan Adams is legend of music .

Posted by Luigi on Sunday, 10.17.10 @ 18:28pm


I love Bryan Adams' music, but let's face it, he is a SAFE rocker. Like all those rock bands from the 80's (Journey, REO speedwagon, 80's chicago, Richard Marx, Rick Springfield, etc.). In the beginning of the 90's he just sold out to the radio ballads and adult contemporary charts.

Plus, he's a HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT lol. And I don't think he even got a diploma yet.

Posted by Sean on Saturday, 11.6.10 @ 19:46pm


BRYAN ADAMS

THE 1990 ORDER OF CANADA
THE 1998 CANADA HONOURS/CANADA'S WALK OF FAME
THE 2003 ORDER OF CANADA
THE 2006 JUNO/CANADIAN MUSIC HALL OF FAME
THE 2010 HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME

Posted by Roy on Wednesday, 11.17.10 @ 13:10pm


A clear example of an artist whose hall case actually dimished with subsequent material. If he had stopped at Waking Up The Neighbours or not gone on that ballad for a movie phase he might've been held in higher esteem and thus possibly more influential, but he decided to wussy out for continued success. Thanks Bryan, the Canadian Hall is enough for you.

Posted by Jim on Saturday, 12.11.10 @ 20:36pm


The song, Everything I Do I Do It For You, from the 1991 Robin Hood movie and soundtrack, starring Kevin Costner, and from the Bryan Adams album, Waking Up The Neighbors, was originally offered to Peter Cetera to sing. Peter Cetera turned it down, as did Annie Lennox.

Posted by Roy on Friday, 12.24.10 @ 03:15am


You have to love the fact that sales are only 4th on the criteria list because...well...millions of people must be wrong while just the few voting for the R&R HOF are...right? That is, well, wrong. It's like Jack Nicklaus not getting into the Golf Hall of Fame with his 18 majors because he dressed poorly and didn't throw enough clubs...but Tommy Bolt gets in because he won a few tournaments and cursed better than every player on Tour. Or 300-game winner Greg Maddux waits to get into the Baseball HOF because he's "too clean cut," but Oscar Gamble gets in because he had a cool Afro in the '70s. And this, my friends, is exactly why the R&R HOF has ZERO credibility. It discounts #1 songs, Top 10 hits, concert attendance and longevity -- all of which are by-product (or should I say "buy"-product) of music fans who make every act viable or not. Basically, the R&R HOF is a (relatively) small group of arrogant people with their own tastes who say, "Bleep you" to music fans, and "We know better than you do."

Does Bryan Adams belong in the R&R HOF? Absolutely he does. YOU may not like him, and the R&R HOF voters may not deem him worthy, but clearly there are millions of people globally who have kept him viable for decades -- far more so than some of the here-and-gone bands currently in.

Posted by Spike on Wednesday, 01.12.11 @ 16:44pm


Try harder.

Posted by Sam on Thursday, 01.13.11 @ 05:03am


Posted by Spike on Wednesday, 01.12.11 @ 16:44pm


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Adams is good, I'll grant you that. If we're looking exclusively at his 80s work (if I was feeling generous I'd include Waking Up The Neighbours for popularity reasons) or made another Reckless, I might give him a chance, but while arguments could be made that Reckless and Cuts Like A Knife had a new kinda AOR sound to them (Like the kind of stuff Richard Marx did a couple years after that) ultimately he isn't important enough to be considered at this point. If this was 2035 and the hall somehow lowers their mega snub count to 0 maybe.

Posted by Jim on Sunday, 02.27.11 @ 20:51pm


Also, I find it interesting that Wikipedia says hes "highly influential in the Canadian Music Industry" but provides no examples. Perhaps its his overall effect on the Canadian culture?

Posted by Jim on Sunday, 02.27.11 @ 20:54pm


yeah right Bryan Adams did not attempt to suicide, so he's no influential. gimme a break. Billy Joel is there. Rod Stewart is there. why no Adams? Reckless was the first rock album in history that produced six Top 15 hits and btw I do not consider it as Adams' best work. What about "On a Day Like Today"? it's damn masterpiece. And also he didn't go to standard radio ballads in 90s, all those "Please Forgive Me", "Everything I Do", "All for Love", "When You're Gone" still gets heavy airplay. "Spirit" has to be the best soundtrack album of the last decade, he's the most successful Canadian male artist of all time, and as a live performer, he's just incredible. First rock concert in Russia history, first Western artist performed in Vietnam and Pakistan, there have been times that his tickets sold out in 20 minutes and he got the biggest audience in some countries history (such as Turkey 92). I admire his passion for music and the fact that after all those years, he's still around, still sells and still gets young audience.

Posted by Turkan on Monday, 03.7.11 @ 03:30am


"First rock concert in Russia history"

I've always been confused with this one. First I hear that Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, Scorpions, Ozzy and Skid Row were first (all doing it together; Cinderella were on the bill as well), but then I'd also heard that... ah, apparently Scorpions were the first, doing it in 1989: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4191/is_20020719/ai_n10009201/

That's not to say that the Moscow Music Peace Festival wasn't an important event, but let's try and get it right, okay?

Posted by Sam on Tuesday, 03.29.11 @ 09:38am


don't know why he's gone on the way of Phil Collins. I mean why you guys here bash him so much. This guy broke Billboard records, his tickets sold out in minutes, done concerts in Vietnam, in Germany at a time when no white face had a plan to go, still radios play his songs all the time, his albums still sells but he doesn't talk big. does he?

Never understood why American critics are soooo harsh on him while Bruce Springsteen, a man who sings nothing but America is considered as a legend. I don't say Springsteen sucks or he has no talent, but the guy is overrated... very overrated. I prefer "Do I Have to Say the Words?" anyday to "The River". sorry! the thing is Bryan rocks! as a performer, he can sing (unlike Jon Bon Jovi), he can put right emotions (unlike "Mr. I am the best" Bono) and he can rock the arena better than Sting. as an artist? he's a far better lyricist than Paul McCartney. All those "Reckless", "Cuts like a Knife", "Waking Up the Neighbours" are albums that I always come back to listen. Have to agree on "On a Day Like Today" as well. his most underrated work. "Spirit" was great as well, and his Unplugged performance is a lot more impressive than Nirvana's. Bryan Adams is no Queen, no Pink Floyd or no David Bowie but the man has talent, and he's VERY underrated. By looking at all those people who got themselves a place at that Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame, I can say that Bryan deserves it but I don't care. Let's get real, some people there are no entirely rock even. I'm sure that he doesn't care also.

I'm not a big fan of his, I just like the guy a lot. What I try to explain is he doesn't deserve bashing. He's a far better artist/singer/person than 90% of the "legendary" musicians.

If you guys talk about influence... where's damn Peter Gabriel then?

Posted by A.S. on Friday, 04.1.11 @ 08:42am


http://archive.gg.ca/honours/search-recherche/honours-desc.asp?lang=e&TypeID=orc&id=2725

BRYAN ADAMS

1990 AND 2003 ORDER OF CANADA BIOGRAPHIES

1990 Member of the Order of Canada

One of Canada's most successful recording artists and multi-Juno award winner, this international rock super-star has made enormous contributions to the pop music industry, for helping to develop an infrastructure to propel other Canadian artists to the of the charts. He is a positive influence on young people who has not become jaded by his success but rather has used it to support social change and worthy causes from famine relief to human rights.

2003 Officer of the Order of Canada

As one of Canada's most successful recording artists, he continues to be a role model for aspiring young musicians. His music has garnered more than fifty awards and an astonishing fifty million albums worldwide have been sold. As a testament to his enormous versatility, he has performed with some of the best talents in the industry, from major rock icons to opera singers. His extensive voluntary efforts continue through his active involvement in fund-raising for cancer research, heritage building preservation in Vancouver and wildlife conservation. This is a promotion within the Order.

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 04.3.11 @ 23:19pm


http://www.canadaswalkoffame.com/inductee/bryan-adams

THE 1998 CANADA HONOURS/CANADA'S WALK OF FAME BIOGRAPHY FOR BRYAN ADAMS

Perhaps it was the beginnings of a friendship with drummer Jim Vallance in 1977, an unstoppable and enduring song writing partnership, which sealed his future success as a Rock Star. It just might have been his work with Live-aid and Amnesty International's "Conspiracy of Hope" tour. Then again, his stardom quite possibly could be chalked up to Adams' original show-stopping blend of edgy rock and chart topping melodic pop hits, which sealed his fate of stardom! Whatever the cause, ever since bursting onto the charts in 1980, few singers have remained as hip and happening on the global music scene as Bryan Adams.

His instantly recognizable sound - an infectious blend of do-or-die rock 'n' roll and perfect pop melodies - has propelled the Kingston, Ontario-born singer to produce 10 albums, two dozen hit singles and record sales of over 50 million copies world-wide. Beginning with his first major hit "Straight from the Heart" in 1983 and including collaborated works with the likes of Tina Turner, Sting, Rod Stewart and Sporty Spice, Melanie Chisholm.

Bryan's charitable works are perhaps what cemented his career during the 1980's. He took part in the July 1985 Live-Aid concert, the Northern Lights "Tears Are Not Enough" for the Ethiopian Famine relief effort, Amnesty International.s tour, the Prince.s Trust Charity, the London Freedom Fest, which in 1988 paid tribute to Nelson Mandela and "the Wall in Berlin", the 1990 production by Roger Waters.

A tireless humanitarian, the award-winning Adams has lent his voice to numerous national and international causes . most notably, breast cancer. Made in Canada, a gorgeous book of photographs of Canadian women by Adams, is his most recent endeavour for this cause. One hundred percent of the book's royalties will benefit the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

He is "deeply honoured" to be inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame.

At a glance

Born: November 5, 1959
Where: Kingston, ON
Interesting Note:
Born in Canada of English parents, the young Adams grew up in a variety of countries as the son of a diplomat mostly in Europe and the Middle East.

Most of Adams's philanthropic activity is dedicated to his foundation "The Bryan Adams Foundation", which aims to advance education and learning opportunities for children and young people worldwide, believing that an education is the best gift that a child can be given. The Foundation’s area of support is broad and far-reaching, enabling grants to be given for projects supporting the elderly, victims of war and natural disasters, and those suffering from mental or physical illness. The foundation is completely funded by his photographic activities.

Adams has had his photographs published in British Vogue, L'uomo Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, Interview magazine and i-D, among others. His other photographic efforts include publishing Zoo Magazine, the fashion/art magazine based in Berlin, Germany. On 1 June 2005, he published his first book of photos in the United States with Calvin Klein called American Women; proceeds from this book go to breast cancer research for programs at the Memorial Sloan–Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. He released a similar book of photos called Made In Canada in December 1999. All of his books were dedicated to his friend Donna, who died of the disease.

Notable Achievements:
Juno Awards: 18 awards among his 56 nominations
Grammy Awards: 2 awards among his 15 nominations

American Music Awards: 1 award

MTV Video Music Awards: 1 award


In 2006 Adams was also awarded the Order of Canada and the Order of British Columbia.

In addition, he has won two Ivor Novello Awards for song composition and has been nominated for several Golden Globe Awards and three times for Academy Awards for his songwriting for films. Bryan Adams has sold nearly 70 million albums worldwide.

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 04.3.11 @ 23:23pm


http://www.hollywoodchamber.net/index.php?module=blogs&blog_id=39

THE 2010 HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME BIOGRAPHY FOR BRYAN ADAMS

Bryan Adams honored with Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Published March 15th, 2011

BRYAN ADAMS HONORED WITH STAR ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME

WHO: Bryan Adams
Emcee: Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, President/CEO Leron Gubler
Guest speaker: Wayne Gretzky

WHAT: 2,435th Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the Category of RECORDING

WHERE: 6752 Hollywood Boulevard in front of The Musician’s Institute

WHEN: Monday, March 21 , 2011

Singer, songwriter Bryan Adams, was born November 5, 1959 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada to English parents. As Adams' father was a diplomat, he grew up traveling around the world with his parents. Subsequently, most of his youth was spent in England, Israel, Portugal, and Austria. In 1973, the family returned to Canada. In his early teens Adams worked as a dishwasher to earn enough money to buy a Fender guitar. It wasn’t long after, that he quit school to pursue his music full time.

In 1978, at the age of 18, Adams sent a few demo recordings to A&M Records in Toronto, he signed with them for the sum of one dollar. It was his third album, Cuts Like a Knife in 1983 that broke his career open, followed a year later by Reckless and his first #1 single Heaven. The ensuing releases for the next two and half decades further established Adams, a place in rock and roll history.
The hits just kept on coming: Summer of ’69, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, Heaven, Run to You, Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?, Cuts Like a Knife,Somebody, Let’s Make It A Night To Remember, 18 Til I Die and It’s Only Love to mention just a few.

His most recent album Bryan Adams: Bare Bones is an inspired collection of minimally arranged hits culled from Adams’ impressive body of work spanning three decades. The disc captures a raw Adams, featuring his distinctive voice and guitar.

Adams continues to tour somewhere in the world ten days every month intertwining stadium concerts with special, intimate solo acoustic dates. His live concerts have established him as one of the world’s best rock singers of our time. In February, Adams played to sold-out crowds in India, he just finished concerts in the eastern U.S. and on April 9, he will perform at the prestigious Royce Hall, here in Los Angeles.

Bryan has achieved #1 status in over 40 countries. He is the holder of the record for the longest running #1 hit in the history of the British charts, has more than a dozen #1 singles as well as an impressive array of Oscar and Golden Globe nominations, a Grammy Award, American Music Awards, Juno Awards and ASCAP Film and Television Awards. He has received the Order of Canada and has been inducted into the Canadian Juno Hall of Fame as well as Canada's Walkway of Stars. In 2007 Adams was inducted in Wembley's Square of Fame, and in April, 2010 he received the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award for his part in numerous charitable concerts and campaigns. A month later he was given the Governor General's Performing Arts Award for his 30 years of contributions to the arts.

In February of last year, Adams took part in the Opening Ceremonies for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. He, along with Nelly Furtado performed "Bang The Drum", a song co-written with long time writing partner Jim Vallance.

This past February 19th, Adams and his band played in Kathmandu, Nepal making him the first ever international artist to rock Nepal, and he performed at the opening ceremony of ICC World Cup Cricket 2011 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Adams was also one of the first western artists to perform in Vietnam and more recently, Pakistan.

Most of Adams' philanthropic activity is currently dedicated to his foundation. The Bryan Adams Foundation aims to advance education and learning opportunities for children and young people worldwide. The Foundation’s area of support is broad and far-reaching, enabling grants to be given for projects supporting the elderly, victims of war and natural disasters, and those suffering from mental or physical illness.

His charitable work however dates back to 1985 when he appeared at Live Aid from Philadelphia. He participated in the two-week Amnesty International "A Conspiracy of Hope" tour alongside Sting, U2 and Peter Gabriel. His next appearance for Amnesty was in 1987 on Rock For Amnesty with Paul McCartney, Sting and Dire Straits, among others. His live performances have benefited His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales Prince's Trust, The Concert for Freedom for Nelson Mandela, Greenpeace, Breast Cancer as well as campaigns that have helped save the rainforests, provided food and comfort for the needy and created whale sanctuaries.

Adams helped commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall when, in 1990, he joined many other guests for Roger Waters' massive performance of The Wall in Berlin, Germany.

Adams has had his photographs published in British Vogue, L'uomo Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, Interview Magazine among others. He founded Zoo Magazine, the fashion/art magazine based in Berlin, Germany. Adams is also a regular photographer for Zoomer Magazine, a Canadian periodical focused on topics relevant to the baby boomer generation. In 2005, he published his first book of photos in the United States with Calvin Klein called American Women; with proceeds from this book going to breast cancer research.

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 04.3.11 @ 23:31pm


The biographies for the Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductees were online a few years ago, but now they are not. I don't know when they will be back up!

Posted by Roy on Monday, 04.4.11 @ 00:11am


"He can sing (unlike Jon Bon Jovi)"

Sorry, JBJ is a better singer.

"and he can rock the arena better than Sting."

But Sting solo isn't in the Hall of Fame, so I don't know where you're going with that.

"but the man has talent"

I agree.

"By looking at all those people who got themselves a place at that Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame, I can say that Bryan deserves it but I don't care."

Unless you say which inductees you have a problem with and why then we're not going to get anywhere with a discussion.

"If you guys talk about influence... where's damn Peter Gabriel then?"

Now that's a good question.

Posted by Sam on Monday, 04.11.11 @ 11:56am


"Sorry, JBJ is a better singer."

LOL! LOL! good one! ;)

"But Sting solo isn't in the Hall of Fame, so I don't know where you're going with that."

oh sorry then! why he is not? one of the greatest artists of all time.

"I agree."

Glad!

"Unless you say which inductees you have a problem with and why then we're not going to get anywhere with a discussion."

Michael Jackson, Prince, Madonna, The Supremes, Johnny Cash, Janis Joplin, The Jackson 5.... oh and, Paul McCartney is there. His solo material is nowhere close to Bryan. sorry!

"Now that's a good question."

I know.

Posted by A.S. on Wednesday, 05.4.11 @ 12:26pm


Michael jackson deserves in as one of the greatest pop artists in the past 40 years.
Prince deserves in for the exact same reason, if you can consider his stuff pop.
Madonna... I'm not too sure. A big influence on modern day pop if that count's.
The Supremes were the biggest girl group and at a time competed with The beatles for sales.
Johnny Cash is probably the greatest country artist ever, he definetly deserves induction.
Janis joplin I know very little about so I can't really comment.
Paul Mccartney... I might have to agree with you there.

Posted by GFW on Wednesday, 05.4.11 @ 12:39pm


Michael Jackson, Prince, Madonna, The Supremes, Johnny Cash, Janis Joplin, The Jackson 5

Michael Jackson has been a huge influence on modern R&B and pop, and was just too big to ignore.

Prince... see above. Both do have at least a passing touch of rock in their music.

Janis Joplin: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/janis-joplin-p4639

Johnny Cash transcends country. He does have plenty of rock in him.

Madonna... a large influence on the last 15-20 years of pop, I suppose.

No comment on the rest.

Posted by Sam on Monday, 05.9.11 @ 14:58pm


Straight From The Heart * Cuts Like A Knife * Run To You * This Time * Summer Of '69 * Heaven * Somebody * It's Only Love * Hearts On Fire * Heat Of The Night * Victim Of Love * (Everything I Do) I Do It for You * Can't Stop This Thing We Started * There Will Never Be Another Tonight * Do I Have To Say The Words? * Thought I'd Died And Gone To Heaven * All For Love * Please Forgive Me * Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman? * Let's Make A Night To Remember * The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You * I Finally Found Someone * Back To You * Here I Am * Cloud Number Nine

Posted by Roy on Saturday, 10.29.11 @ 07:41am


Bryan Adams has all the cards to be inserted into the Rock and Roll All of Fame, more than 30 year career, millions of albums and singles sold worldwide, has performed concerts all over the world, has participated in events such as Live Aid in 1985, Conspiracy of Hope in 1986, the Wall in Berlin, Prince's Trust Rock Aid Armenia and many others, was the first Westerner to do a concert rockers in Vietnam and Pakistan, still manages more than 100 concerts ad'effettuare year, has written songs for icons such as Kiss, Joe Coker, Tina Turner and many of his colleagues, its low profile makes the Canadian rocker a human person is not an exhibitionist, ad'oggi on the music scene is second only to the Boss (opinion staff) as the promoter and disseminator of real Rock and healthy

Posted by Luis on Saturday, 01.21.12 @ 08:13am


http://canadianmusichalloffame.ca/inductees/bryen-adams/

THE 2006 CANADIAN MUSIC HALL OF FAME BIOGRAPHY FOR BRYAN ADAMS

Winner of 20 JUNO Awards, 58 nominations

With his first self-titled release in 1980, Adams’ meteoric rise began when his album Cuts Like A Knife landed in the Top 10 in 1983. This was soon followed by his #1 charting release “Reckless”, which earned him a Diamond Award and the distinction of being the first Canadian artist to sell a million copies.

Adams’ career has taken him around the world countless times. He was the first rock artist to play in Vietnam and last month he became the first artist of his stature to perform in Pakistan, since the war on terrorism began in 2002.

Adams was instrumental in the writing of Canada’s Ethiopian relief song “Tears Are Not Enough” and has been a part of world concerts including the Prince’s Trust, Live Aid and Live 8. Wherever he goes fans fill arenas to hear him play such rock ‘n roll anthems as “Summer of ‘69”, “Run to You”, “18 ‘Til I Die”, and “Open Road”. The record holder for the longest running #1 hit in British chart history (16 weeks), Adams is a Grammy, JUNO and American Music Award winner and has an impressive array of Oscar and Golden Globe nominations.

An accomplished photographer, Adams has released three portrait books: Made in Canada, Haven and Calvin Klein – American Women. Proceeds have gone in aid of breast cancer research. He is also one of a select few photographers who have been chosen to take a portrait of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

Adams is an Officer of the Order of Canada and a recipient of the Order of B.C.

With record sales in excess of 60 million, Adams celebrated his 25th anniversary with the release of the biggest retrospective of his career, the two-disc CD collection, Anthology (A&M/UME).

Since 2006

-Released albums: 11 (2008)

-In 2009, was one of the four musicians featured on Canada Post stamps as part of the Canadian Recording Artists Series-

Recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award (2010)

-Co-wrote “Bang the Drum” with Jim Vallance for the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 01.29.12 @ 23:19pm


http://www.rollingstone.com/music/song-stories/everything-i-do-i-do-it-for-you-bryan-adams

“(Everything I Do) I Do It for You”
Bryan Adams | 1991

The early candidates included Kate Bush, Annie Lennox and Lisa Stansfield. But, ultimately, two artists competed for the opportunity to write lyrics for Maid Marian's song in the movie Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Peter Cetera and Bryan Adams. "In all honesty, Cetera's was too pretty," said Michael Kamen, the film's composer. "I write sweet melodies, and sometimes they need someone to deliver them with enough authority to make sure that you don't fall asleep." Adams, who hadn't released an album in four years, won thanks to his rough voice and heart-tugging lyrics about Marian and Robin's romance.

Posted by Roy on Saturday, 06.23.12 @ 21:42pm


Bryan Adams for his long career, for his story, and 'was always underestimated by the media reference, perhaps the most underrated artist in his class, but has always proven to be a simple person who does not use special effects to capture attention, but only and always maximum simplicity ', its many successes in the 80' and 90 'are of a Canadian point of reference in the world and in rock history, deserves to be part of this important award.

Posted by Luis on Tuesday, 08.7.12 @ 21:30pm


A musical career started after the goal 'of the 70's with band Sweeney Todd, Bryan has racked up a string of hits worldwide, has estimated sales turnover of more than 100 million copies between albums and singles, he performed all over the world, still it can carry 120 concerts a year, still a great following of viewers, has made many concerts in favor of and in the social environment and charity, was the first Western artist to perform in Vietnam and the first to perform a concert in the Middle East after the attacks of September 11 and many other events together with other musicians. He has received numerous honors for his career and for his great achievements recognized by the press and music critics, not always kind to him. His long career deserves to be inserted with merit in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!

Posted by Dave on Thursday, 10.11.12 @ 21:34pm


As much as highbrows don't want to admit it, "Summer of '69" is infectious and is probably every rock critic's guilty pleasure. Anyway, I don't think Bryan Adams has quite enough going for him, you can't induct everybody. Maybe if he made 1 or 2 albums like Reckless, though he does have a lot of sugary syrup that doesn't win him over with the harder rock community.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Thursday, 11.15.12 @ 16:09pm


This is an interesting question, but if Bryan gets in what about Hall & Oates or The Cars (they belong already!). Before you laugh, consider that Hall & Oates were the most successful duo of the rock era, producing at least 6 #1 hit singles plus a slew of other top 10 hits. As for The Cars, they were big during a very similar timeframe as HOF inductees The Police, and actually produced more top 40 hits and were also favorites of the critics, especially the 1st 2 albums. If Blondie, The Police, Patty Smith, and The Talking Heads are in, The Cars should be as well.

As for Bryan Adams, maybe he wasn't the most influential artist, and maybe him getting inducted will get all of the Huey Lewis fans in a craze (I'm one of them), but he did produce a steady stream of quality rock music, especially on Cuts Like a Knife (1983) and Reckless (1984), and even on 1987's less successful, but still rocking Into the Fire. The problem was, once he hooked up with Mutt Lange, he lost his "sound" and his music became more generic, not that it didn't produce hits, and he progressively became less rocking, and more ballad oriented. Really tough call, but if The Cars aren't in there, then Bryan will have to wait a little longer. I'm a big fan of his, but I feel that when he ditched Jim Vallance for Mutt Lange, incorporating the Def Leppard sound for more hits, he lost his identify that made him great in the 1st place.

Posted by David Balzano on Friday, 07.5.13 @ 17:04pm


David, I think The Cars and Hall & Oates definitely deserve induction, they are two of the more obvious snubs, in my opinion. Not so much for Bryan Adams. I really like Adams, and I think 'Reckless' kicks ass from start to finish. But there is more to being a Hall of Famer, and I don't think he has it.

Posted by Dezmond on Friday, 07.5.13 @ 19:01pm


Two thumbs up for Bryan Adams RRHOF induction. Reckless was one of the best 80's album. One of my favorites .Hits Summer of 69, Run To You, Heaven,It's Only Love...Those songs rocked.What an album!!!

I thought Cuts Like A Knife & Waking Up The(b)Neighbors were very solid albums as well. He's also done collaborations with Tina Turner,Sting,& other artist greats.

Bryan Adams had big Top 40 hits,longevity,a Classic Album,Reckless,things the RRHOF Committee likes.I don't know what his innovation was as he played straight up rock & roll. That could hurt him induction time.Did some softer tunes in the 90's with the Robin Hood song & the Spanish tinged Have U really ever loved a(vwomsn) woman. Both were big hits.

I think Bryan Adams is deserving of RRHOF -----KING

Posted by KING on Tuesday, 01.28.14 @ 22:09pm


Bryan Adams will be inducted in the 2020-2025 time frame. His contributions to music have been incredible. Humanitarian work,concerts in 3rd world nation's,his dedication to music.

Inducted into Canada Hall of Fame,Star on Walk of Fame.Bryan Adams has seen & done it all. Collaborating with RRHOF Tina Turner,Sting & countless artists. He's a blue collar rocker who made one of the best albums of all time Reckless.He should be in in RRHOF for Reckless alone but Cuts Like A Knife before & Waking Up The Neighbors after shows his greatness.

I'm not 1 for politicking but Bryan Adams deserves RRHOF induction.Can't think of many musicians who have done more for music & the world than Mr.Adams. KING

Posted by KING on Saturday, 02.15.14 @ 13:23pm


Bryan Adams is a definite Rock N Roll Hall Of Famer. Reckless is a pure rock and roll album & one of the best of all time. Diamond rated. Also he has sung with the greats Sting,Tina Turner & collaborated with other HOF acts. Many of the groups who are waiting for induction have died or folded their tents years before. Bryan Adams continues to rock venues & write good music. His CD's are excellent. Hard rock or softer. Bryan Adams has perpetuated rock music in various styles for over 30 years. KING

Posted by KING on Saturday, 05.24.14 @ 20:06pm


Straight From The Heart * Cuts Like A Knife * Run To You * This Time * Summer Of '69 * Heaven * Somebody * It's Only Love * Hearts On Fire * Heat Of The Night * Victim Of Love * (Everything I Do) I Do It for You * Can't Stop This Thing We Started * There Will Never Be Another Tonight * Do I Have To Say The Words? * Thought I'd Died And Gone To Heaven * All For Love * Please Forgive Me * Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman? * Let's Make A Night To Remember * The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You * I Finally Found Someone * Back To You * Here I Am * Cloud Number Nine * When You're Gone

Posted by Roy on Friday, 07.4.14 @ 22:29pm


Straight From The Heart * Cuts Like A Knife * Run To You * This Time * Summer Of '69 * Heaven * Somebody * It's Only Love * Hearts On Fire * Heat Of The Night * Victim Of Love * (Everything I Do) I Do It for You * Can't Stop This Thing We Started * There Will Never Be Another Tonight * Do I Have To Say The Words? * Thought I'd Died And Gone To Heaven * All For Love * Please Forgive Me * Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman? * Rock Steady * Let's Make A Night To Remember * The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You * I Finally Found Someone * Back To You * Here I Am * Cloud Number Nine * When You're Gone

Posted by Roy on Saturday, 07.5.14 @ 07:00am


I believe the only reason Bryan Adams isn't in the HOF is because he's Canadian. While I, being a Canadian, agree that most Canadian music sucks, Bryan Adams is an exception along with a few other names like Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Rush, and the Band. Adams has had an insurmountable amount of success internationally, that alone should get him in. But the fact that his songs aren't actually that generic and are actually very well written and performed, there is no reason why he shouldn't be in the HOF.

Posted by JWSP on Tuesday, 09.16.14 @ 19:57pm


Bryan Adams is overrated. His music is pretty milquetoast. Being Canadian is like... the tenth thing wrong with him.

Posted by Philip on Tuesday, 09.16.14 @ 22:10pm


Bryan Guy Adams OC, OBC (Kingston, November 5, 1959) is a singer-songwriter, musician and Canadian photographer.

In 1991, his single (Everything I Do) I Do It for You remained for sixteen consecutive weeks at the top of the UK Singles Chart, still unbeaten record. His songs have been used for soundtracks of forty films. In over 30 years in business, has sold over 100 million copies, including albums and singles, all over the world, was No. 1 on the charts in over 40 countries, is the Canadian male artist with the highest number of sales and performed concerts worldwide.

Adams has increased its reputation in North America with his album Cuts Like a Knife and became a world star with his album Reckless 1984.Nel in 1991 published Waking Up the Neighbours album that included "(Everything I Do) I do It for You ", one of the Specified most sold worldwide. In 1993, he released his first greatest hits album So Far So Good, the collection contains the novel, hit single, Please Forgive Me.

For his contributions to the music, Adams has received numerous awards and nominations, including 18 Juno Awards among 56 nominations, 15 Grammy Award nominations, won a Grammy Award for best song written for a film, television or other media audio- visual; in 1992 he also won the MTV Video Music Awards, ASCAP, American Music Awards, two Ivor Novello Awards, and was nominated five times for the Golden Globe and three times for the Academy Award.

In addition to Canada, the success of Adams reached the quotes in the UK, Ireland, India, Portugal, Germany and the United States. In 2008, Bryan was ranked the 38th place on the list of All-Time Top Artists, the 50th anniversary of the Billboard Hot 100 Charts. From the beginning of his musical career, along with his friend Jim Vallance, wrote and co-produced songs for artists such as Kiss, Tina Turner, Motley Crue, Joe Cocker, Bonnie Raitt, Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Bonnie Tyler, Loverboy, Carly Simon, Ronan Keating, Neil Diamond, Prism, Johnny Hallyday.

Adams addition to his performing career, from the late 90 alternates to the photographer. He worked for international magazines like Interview, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, and since 2004 he is co-founder of the magazine Zoo Magazine. He has also shot advertising campaigns for Guess? , Converse, Montblanc, John Richmond, Fred Perry, Escada, Carl Zeiss, Audi and more recently for Opel in Germany. In 2005, he received the Golden Camera in Berlin.

On January 13, 2010 received the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award for taking part in numerous concerts and charity campaigns during his career.

The March 22, 2011 Adams received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Posted by Jimmy on Monday, 11.24.14 @ 21:40pm


Bryan Adams greatness nearly 40 years now. Reckless might be the greatest Rock album of all time song for song. Not a weak track. He's a definite RRHOF artist who continues to make excellent music and sell out concerts. Has so many awards, hits, accolades, and units sold. No holes in the resume. Performed with Sting, Tina Turner, and some of the greatest musicians of all time. It's disappointing when lesser acts to Bryan Adams are inducted. He should be in for his totality of work. KING

Posted by KING on Wednesday, 05.13.15 @ 02:17am


KING said: "Reckless might be the greatest Rock album of all time song for song."?!?! Really?

Come on. Look, I actually am a big fan of RECKLESS, and I would accept a statement along the lines of "RECKLESS was one of the great mainstream rock records of the 80's." That is arguable. But your statement is patently ridiculous. I don't even think Bryan Adams would agree with your statement.

I think Adams' chances at Rockhall nomination and induction are very slim.

Posted by Dezmond on Wednesday, 05.13.15 @ 12:49pm


Dezmond

I stated Reckless might be I didn't say that it was #1. Just cannot believe the arrogance of the posters saying Bryan Adams has zero chance at RRHOF and dismiss his talent.

Nearly 40 years and Bryan Adams still rocking the house and making music. The list of Bryan Adams Awards and Accomplishments is lengthy and shows a totality of greatness. Summer Of 69, Hearts On Fire, Heat of the Night, It's Only Love, SOMEBODY, This Time, On A Day Like Today, Heaven, Run To You etc. Not many artists have enduring hits like Bryan Adams. Classics. I'll put Reckless song for song against any album. No filler. Hit after hit. Pyromania a KING fav too. Thanks Roy for your posts. Enjoy the lists of hit songs and members of eligible bands. You are a music afficianado.Respect! KING

Posted by KING on Friday, 05.15.15 @ 02:13am


Apparently the master copy of Reckless has been lost forever. Does anyone know the details? It was mentioned on the cover of UNCUT, MOJO or Classic Rock magazine a few months ago. I can't remember which. I didn't have the money to buy it.

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 05.17.15 @ 20:10pm


I think Bryan Adams will be inducted. Reminds me of a Hall & Oates type or Rush. Will be inducted for his longevity, musical excellence, and devotion to music. He continues to make new CD's and has outstanding live shows. Unlike many bands or indie artists, Bryan Adams has won several accolades and awards including Canadian Hall of Fame and Star Walk of Fame. He's collaborated with some of music's best artists Rod Stewart, Sting, Tina Turner for example. Reckless continues to be remembered as one of 80's best albums. As the next 5 years moves on, Bryan Adams will move to the top of snubs list. People talk about influence and innovation but really what did Joan Jett & The B, Percy Sledge, and Laura Nyro do in these areas and they were inducted. Bryan Adams continues to rock while other bands disbanded, stalled out, or had members die from various addictions. Bryan Adams is a musician's musician and the Diamond album Reckless puts him in RRHOF. KING

Posted by KING on Thursday, 05.28.15 @ 19:17pm


I had a dream last week that Bryan Adams was inducted into the RRHOF. He has several platinum albums and the Classic Reckless. On criteria Innovation and Influence, Bryan Adams has mostly played good hard rock music in the Reckless days drifting to soft rock and poppier sound on some 90's hits. That's the only thing that might trip up his induction. I would vote YES because of his totality of work and musical excellence. Could see Bryan Adams nominated in the next 5-10 years. KING

Posted by KING on Saturday, 06.13.15 @ 03:58am


As the years pass, Bryan Adams is deserving of Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. He's a musician's musician and easily would fall on Level 3 of the RRHOF pyramid. Now 55 years old, he will continue to put out quality CD's and excellent concerts. I don't know his exact Innovation or Influence but he has put up an outstanding collection of music and concert performances. I could see Bryan Adams receiving a nomination next 5 years and induction 5-10. Unlike many musicians who gripe about RRHOF, Bryan Adams probably would be honored if bestowed the honor. KING

Posted by KING on Thursday, 07.2.15 @ 19:17pm


I hear some good examples of RRHOF snubs but to me Bryan Adams deserves more consideration. He has put the country of Canada on his back with Neil Young,Rush etc to show talents of Canadian artists. The Reckless album remains one of the best 80's albums and followed up with platinum selling Into The Fire. Reckless was a Diamond Selling album and several of Adams albums were platinum or gold.
He's worked with Sting, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner Hall of Famers in their own right. Also, he's a gifted songwriter and has written hits for several bands.
He's won several Juno awards plus inducted Canadian Music HOF & Walk Of Fame. Bryan Adams like Duran Duran continues to make music and perform in well-received concerts. He has an enormous catalog of hits:This Time, Run To You, Summer Of 69, Cuts Like A Knife, Somebody, Thought I Died..., Can't Stop This Thing We Started, the enormous Robin Hood song hit. With all his awards, brilliance, and talent, Bryan Adams should be considered for the RRHOF and hopefully nominated and inducted. KING

Posted by KING on Friday, 10.2.15 @ 20:09pm


It might be Bryan Adams time in 2016. He's creeping closer to 60 and has had several Diamond albums if you include Canadian purchases. Probably one of the greatest talents of all time. Reckless continues to be one of the greatest Rock & Roll albums ever. Mr. Adams is not prog and he doesn't have to be. Just great rock and roll and he will be heavily pushed by KING as well as the Scorpions. A salute Sir! KING

Posted by KING on Thursday, 01.14.16 @ 02:02am


2016 should be time for a Bryan Adams nomination. 40 years in music now and continues to have favorable airplay and concert tours. Bryan Adams is a tour de force as singer, guitarist, songwriter, photographer. His many musical accomplishments and awards scroll down the pages. Adams has collaborated with the greats Rod Stewart,Tina Turner, Sting all who are already in RRHOF. Reckless remains one of the best albums ever. Platinum albums, signature songs, longevity, hits...Throw it all together Bryan Adams is a definite Hall Of Famer. KING

Posted by KING on Sunday, 03.20.16 @ 03:08am


Bryan Adams was 10 years old in 1969.

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 05.8.16 @ 08:13am


I grew up listening to Bryan Adams constantly in the 80's. Attended concerts, bought all the albums, etc... Then I drifted away as he became more of a ballad writer. Funny thing: Just saw Bryan Adams live last night for the first time in 20+ years. And now overnight, I find myself a fan of his all over again. He still puts on a quality show of 2+ hours (no opening act, of course, not needed with his catalogue). There were fans in the crowd as young as 7-8 and as old as 65-70. If an artist can draw fans from three generations, he's got to be doing something right - regardless what critics believe his influence or lack thereof might be. He's Canada's version of Bruce Springsteen and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. They both represent their countries with class and integrity. So enough with the comparatives, since in reality most posters here envy his talent and success. If you don't appreciate him and/or his music, then move on and listen to what you enjoy. Respect the talent and skill level of all these great artists, regardless of their induction worthiness. Just my two cents worth...

Posted by Habsfan on Wednesday, 07.27.16 @ 09:41am


Saw him perform tonight outside St. Louis. (I had a $15 off coupon from Live Nation that I used at the last minute) He wasn't on my bucket list, but I'm glad I went. It was actually a great show. Adams has aged greatly, and he still sounds like he did on his radio songs (Run To You, Somebody, Please Forgive Me). It was different because all band members were dressed up spiffy. I found it very interesting that for a guy who hasn't had a real hit in 20 years, there were lots that showed up to see him. Plenty of ladies there that's for sure! Which brings me to this....

Not to be hypocritical, but Bryan Adams has been the butt of many things I've said that was wrong with music. I do like a few of his songs, including one that most consider the greatest love song of all-time (Everything I Do). I've always joked that he is the 'father of the soccer-mom rock genre'. That's a term I invented. Several singer-songwriters and rockers that have leaned towards the 25-40 crowd like him include Train, Lifehouse, John Mayer and many others.

Do I think Adams will be inducted into the RRHOF? Its hard-telling, there's such a backlog right now and he's got so much competition. He's still got his fans though, and at least he's still doing what he loves best - touring and making music. I can say the same about several others though. This one's a challenge to consider.

Posted by Jason Voigt on Sunday, 09.18.16 @ 00:56am


Jason, glad you got to see him. I saw Ryan Adams earlier in year, so I guess we're even on Adamses.

He was very big with women back in early 80s. Hoping he did 'Summer of 69'. Ryan didn't do it.

Posted by Paul in KY on Sunday, 09.18.16 @ 20:29pm


Adams deserves to enter the RRHOF with over 40 years of musical career!!!

Posted by Andy on Thursday, 10.20.16 @ 12:11pm


Overall, really good artist and probably should be inducted, and I predict that he actually might be inducted in the future. I honestly hope so.

Posted by Nathan Miller on Friday, 02.24.17 @ 02:50am


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