A funny tale about Bryan....

@Anne18 (11036)
December 12, 2008 3:36pm CST
Years ago our local radio station used to play "Summer of 69" every day at about lunch time. I became convined that he had only ever made this record as they never ever played anything else of his. A few years later I did see him play live, and he only sang this song once and many others so I knew it wasn't true anymore!! Hope you liked my funny story.
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@Wordplay (239)
• Canada
9 Jan 09
Too funny! Bryan Adams has been around for years! His career actually started in the early 80's (if you don't count the work he did with Sweeney Todd, which someone else here has mentioned). Yes, Summer of 69 was one of his greatest hits (and my personal favourite), but he did many songs before and since. Summer of 69 actually came out in 1985. I can still remember when it became popular. Man, I feel old now... Of course, Bryan gets so much more airplay here in Canada because he is Canadian. However, many of his songs were international hits and he even recorded songs that were used in soundtracks for major motion pictures. You have probably already heard some of them and not even realized it was him. Now that you have discovered Bryan's music, I hope you will listen some more. He is a great musician.
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• Somalia
5 May 09
I didn't know bryan adams is canadian... well now i know. lol!
@sweety_81 (2129)
• India
9 Jan 09
Yeah , sometimes we get such strong convictions about a few things that we feel like that they are the only true things . I did like this .
@deelin (18)
8 Jan 09
Did you know that Bryan used to be in a group called Sweeney Todd? Adams and the rest of his crew were a cut above the rest ha ha.
@camomom (7536)
• United States
17 Dec 08
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
17 Dec 08
I know radio stations like to do that, play the same song over and over, maybe it was a theme with the DJ at lunch time, or maybe it was just a highly requested song. Glad you found out that he sung different songs as well.