Bryan Adams was born on November 5, 1959 in Kingston, Canada. His real name is Bryan Guy Adams. He is a Canadian rock musician, guitarist, writer and song writer, who began his career in show business in 1976. His debut solo album was released in 1980, and in 1985 his rock ballad «Heaven» was placed in the 100 hottest compositions. Bryan Adams was born in an English-speaking family, although his mother and grandmother came from Malta. Brian’s father was a diplomat and his family traveled to various countries: England, Canada, Israel, France, Portugal and Austria. Adams settled in Vancouver, where he began his musical career at the age of 15. He is living in Vancouver, before he lived in France and spoke French. Brian likes the football club "Chelsea", his song «We're Gonna Win» from the album "18 Till I Die» written just about it. Later this song was used by the Canadian sports network TSN as a theme for «Wednesday Night Hockey». In Vancouver, Brian opened his own recording studio, called «The Warehouse Studio». His first success was the hit «Heaven» that won the first charts the USA and the UK in 1985. The first half of 90s is marked by the appearance of lyrical guitar ballads that were written for films and nominated for Oscar. Generally, Bryan Adams wrote 42 tracks for different movies. In the second half of the 1990s, Adams lost from his popularity. His major hits were recorded together with the other artists: Barbra Streisand («I Finally Found Someone»), Melanie C from Spice Girls («When You're Gone») and dance project Chicane («Don't Give Up» .) Adams organized and participated in many charity concerts and was awarded the highest award of his country - the Order of Canada. In 2007, the musician was nominated for "Golden Globe" for his track in "Bobby." By way of conclusion, it is worth mentioning that this singer is an extraordinary personality and a very talented vocalist.