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Bryan Adams heading to Meridian Centre

Bryan Adams heading to Meridian Centre

Bryan Adams is coming back to the Garden City. The Canadian rock icon will play the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines Feb. 1, returning for the first time since playing an acoustic fundraiser for a new digital mammography unit in the city. Prior to

Bryan Adams headed to Halifax next year

Bryan Adams headed to Halifax next year

Veteran Canadian rocker Bryan Adams is coming back to Nova Scotia in 2019. A concert has been announced for Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax. Tickets, ranging from $65.50 to $115.50, go on sale starting Friday, Oct. 26

Review: Bryan Adams, a pantsless man and heavy rain make it a ...

Looking sharp in dark jacket, white shirt and jeans, with slicked down hair that looks as though he parts it with a razor, Adams gave us his greatest hits, some newer songs and a number of obscure numbers.

His staging is as simple, straightforward and unpretentious as his songwriting - a fairly small, by rock standards, lighting rig, and a giant screen backdrop that shows some of his videos, close-ups of the show and, occasionally, Bryan Adams' view of the increasingly bedraggled crowd.

He's never had a lot of luck with critics, who tend to dismiss his style of music, and, yes, some of his ballads are wetter and drippier than the Bowl of Brooklands this evening, but after more than 30 years in the game, when it comes to giving a show, Bryan Adams is hard to beat.


Marlene Palmer, Longtime Publicist for Bryan Adams and Anne ...

"She was a calm oasis in a hurricane," said Adams, who began working with Palmer around 1980.

Publicist Marlene Palmer , who worked with artist manager Bruce Allen and client Bryan Adams for close to 40 years, as well as a host of other top talent, died over the holidays (Dec. 30) of ovarian cancer, at the Victoria Hospice in British Columbia's capital city, according to her husband Phillip Hurst. She was 62.

The press release was issued today (Jan. 5) by music journalist Larry LeBlanc.

During her four decades as a publicist, Palmer represented Anne Murray , Adams, Loverboy , Rita MacNeil, The Rankin Family, Steve Smith (a.k.a. Red Green), Tommy Hunter, Frank Mills and George Fox.

"In 1980, a former CHEK Victoria on-air reporter walked into my office, and said that she'd like to work with me in the music business as a publicist," recalled Allen in a press statement. "That was in the era of 'dreamers and telephone screamers. Marlene Palmer and I worked together for 37 years, only interrupted by her occasional 'walkabouts,' when she took her prodigious talent to the CBC or to Balmur Entertainment.

Источник: Billboard

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