As you may well be aware, Canadian multi-million selling rocker Bryan Adams is touring his 2010 album "Bare Bones" in the summer - the Hampton Court Palace Festival (8th June), Cork's Live At The Marquee (22nd June), Dublin (23rd) and Belfast (24th) will feature much of that album.
However, Adams has now unveiled a new extensive UK tour to play a series of 20th Anniversary shows for his successful 1991 album, "Waking Up the Neighbours". This means a full rock performance for the double-album set which features his biggest hit, "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)". Surprisingly, the song actually isn't number one anymore! [are you sure? - Ed]
The tour is pretty extensive and will start late autumn, beginning with Newcastle on 24th November, followed by the usual towns until London's O2 Arena on 8th December. Prices will start at £39.50 (from £38.50 for London) and tickets go on general sale from Friday at 9am.
As well as the huge "Robin Hood (Prince of Thieves)" ballad, the album also contains fourteen other songs, including "Can't Stop This Thing We Started", "Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven" and "Do I Have To Say the Words". As the album is a double album set, you can expect at least an hour's music!