Bryan Adams - Live In New York 1983 - CD

Bryan Adams - Live In New York 1983 - CD

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Bryan Adams - Live from Palace Albany, Albany, New York February 24th 1983

Bryan Adams has been cited as one of the best-selling artists of all time and is estimated to have sold between 75 million and more than 100 million records and singles worldwide. He joined his first band at age 15, and just five years later, his eponymous debut album was released. By 1983, the fresh-faced Canadian had written songs for the likes of Pat Benatar and Kiss, and had also toured in support of two solo albums, opening for the likes of the Kinks and Foreigner. After recording Cuts Like a Knife, his potential for being “the next big thing” became crystal clear. Broadcast on the King Biscuit Flower Hour in February, 1983, at a reconditioned 1920s movie theatre in Albany, New York, Adams and his four-piece band give a thrilling show to an audience which had tripled in size since his previous appearance in NY a year earlier. Adams’ statement; “You ain’t nothing if you ain’t got a song to sing” rings true here, and as this show clearly demonstrates, he had plenty of them in his canon already.

Rox Vox revisits this classic performance from the iconic singer/songwriter/guitarist with a completely restored and professionally remastered original broadcast. Presented with
background notes and timeline photos.

1. Remember / 2. One Good Reason / 3. Lonely Nights / 4. Tonight / 5. This Time / 6. Cuts Like A Knife / 7. Take Me Back / 8. Fits Ya Good / 9. I’m Ready