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Birthname: Bryan Guy Adams
Nationality: Canadian
Born: Nov 05 1959


Biography

As Canada's best-known ambassador, Bryan Adams is currently on the road with
his “Bare Bones Tour” in support of his new CD “Bryan Adams – Bare Bones”.
The 20 cut disc will be released November 1st in the UK and Europe and on
November 16th in the U.S. and Canada. Recorded on the road in the spring of
this year, “Bare Bones” came about in response to fans requesting a CD of the
songs they’d just heard – stripped down – raw – unplugged – the way they had
originally been created. The resulting CD is a window into the sold-out highly
acclaimed tour that Bryan has interspersed with full band ... Read more

As Canada's best-known ambassador, Bryan Adams is currently on the road with
his “Bare Bones Tour” in support of his new CD “Bryan Adams – Bare Bones”.
The 20 cut disc will be released November 1st in the UK and Europe and on
November 16th in the U.S. and Canada. Recorded on the road in the spring of
this year, “Bare Bones” came about in response to fans requesting a CD of the
songs they’d just heard – stripped down – raw – unplugged – the way they had
originally been created. The resulting CD is a window into the sold-out highly
acclaimed tour that Bryan has interspersed with full band stadium dates over
the past few years.
The Grammy and Juno award-winning singer-songwriter has spent the last three
decades making music history. He has sold more than 65 million albums
worldwide, toured six continents, garnered 21 top 10 hits, earned nominations
for three Academy Awards and five Golden Globes, received 18 Juno Awards,
an American Music Award, and five ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards for
Most Performed Song from a Motion Picture (his music has appeared on more
than 40 movie soundtracks).
Adams was recently honoured to perform at the opening ceremony of the 2010
Winter Olympics in Vancouver, performing a duet with Nelly Furtado. This past
spring he was the recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award at the
Juno Award’s ceremony and a week later in Ottawa he received the Governor
General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement. Bryan also
contributed the feature song, "You've Been A Friend to Me," in the John
Travolta film, Old Dogs.
Adams has been awarded the Order of British Columbia and is a Companion of
the Order of Canada; he has received an award for “Artist of the Decade” and
has been inducted into the Juno Hall of Fame. He has a star on Canada’s Walk
of Fame and added his handprint to the Wembley Square of Fame in
celebration of his 25th show at the famed stadium. This year he was given a
Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and that ceremony is expected to take
place in 2011.
Adams’ live performances have benefited His Royal Highness the Prince of
Wales Prince’s Trust, Live Aid, Live 8, The Concert for Freedom for Nelson
Mandela, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, Net Aid, The Canadian Avalanche
Foundation, and Breast Cancer, as well as campaigns that have saved the
rainforests, provided food and comfort for the needy and created whale
sanctuaries. Through his namesake foundation he has also helped build schools
in areas of Southeast Asia, devastated by the tsunami in 2004.
Adams is also an acclaimed photographer, donating fees from his photography
to his namesake foundation that funds projects supporting the elderly, victims
of wars and natural disasters and other disadvantaged individuals. He also has
several photographic books to his name including Made in Canada, Haven (UK)
and American Women, the latter done in conjunction with Calvin Klein.
Proceeds were in aid of breast cancer research. Adams was among a select
group of photographers invited to photograph Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
on the occasion of her Royal Jubilee. That photograph was used a year later on
a Canadian postage stamp. In 2009, Bryan was amongst a select group of
notable Canadians whose face also graced a Canadian stamp.
Adams’ outstanding live concerts have established him as one of the world’s
best rock singers of our time, performing over 120 concerts a year as he works
to spread his message of music and environmental awareness to an audience of
millions around the globe.
BRYAN ADAMS – DISCOGRAPHY
2010 – Bryan Adams – Bare Bones (Live)
2010 – Icon (Compilation)
2008 - 11
2005 – Anthology (Compilation)
2005 - Live in Lisbon (DVD)
2004 - Room Service
2003 – Live At The Budokan (DVD)
2002 - Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (Soundtrack)
2002 – Best of Me (Compilation)
2000 - Live At Slane Castle (DVD)
1999 - The Best Of Me (Compilation)
1998 - On A Day Like Today
1997 - MTV Unplugged (Live)
1996 – 18 til I die
1993 - So Far So Good (Compilation)
1991 – Waking Up The Neighbours
1988 – Live! Live! Live!
1987 – Into The Fire
1984 – Reckless
1983 – Cuts Like A Knife
1981 – You Want It You Got It
1980 – Bryan Adams
Bryan Adams has released more than sixty singles over the course of his career
to date, including: “Heaven”, “Straight from the Heart”, “Cuts Like A Knife”,
“Summer of 69”, “It’s Only Love” w/Tina Turner, “(Everything I Do) I Do It For
You”, “Can’t Stop This Thing We Started”, “Have You Ever Really Loved A
Woman”, “All for Love” w/Rod Stewart & Sting, “I Thought I’d Seen
Everything”, “One World, One Flame”
BRYAN ADAMS – AWARDS & ACCOLADES
2010
Allan Waters Humanitarian Award – Juno Awards
Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement
2009
Recipient of a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – ceremony expected to
take place in 2011
2007
Inducted in Wembley’s Square of Fame – commemorating 25th performance at
the stadium
Inducted into the Munich Olympic Hall of Fame
2006
Juno Awards – inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame
2000
Juno Award – Best Male Artist
1999
Juno Award – Best Songwriter
1998
Star on Canada’s Walk of Fame
1997
Juno Award – Male Vocalist of the Year
Promoted to Officer of the Order of Canada
North Wave FM Radio – Japan – Best Male Artist of 1996
1996
Channel V – India Music Award – Top International Rock Album “18 ‘til I Die”
1995
ASCAP Film & Television Award – “All For Love” – Most performed song from a
Motion Picture
Kerrang! UK – “Klassik Songwriter Award
1994
World Music Award - Best Selling Canadian Artist
European Music Awards – Best Male Star
Australian Music Association – International Male Artist of the Year
#1 selling Male Album Artist – Music & Media Magazine – Europe
ECHO Award – Germany – Mot Successful Male Artist
Popcorn Magazine (Germany) Shure Microphone Award – Songwriter of the
Decade
1993
Juno Award – Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) “Waking Up The
Neighbours”
World Music Awards – Best Selling Canadian Artist
The Guinness UK Top 1000 Singles “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” named #1
single on the list of 1000 top hits of the rock era by British chart performance
1992
Juno Awards – Canadian Entertainer of the Year; Producer of the Year
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” and “Can’t Stop This Thing We Started”
International Achievement
CARAS – Special Recognition Award – unprecedented Global success
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Australian Performing Rights Association Award for Most Performed Foreign
Work for “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada – medal for recognition of
significant contribution to the compatriots, community and to Canada
Billboard Magazine International Achievement Award
American Top 40 – #1 song of the year – “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Irish Record Music Awards – Best International Male Artist
Golden Penguin Award – Austria – Singer of the Year
Ivor Novello Award – British Songwriter Award “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
American Music Award – Song of the Year “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
1991
Grammy Award – Best Song Specifically Written for a Motion Picture or
Television “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Australian Music Awards – Most Popular International Male Artist, Song
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” and Album “Waking Up The Neighbours”
Guinness World Book of Records – Longest standing #1 single in the history of
British music – 16 weeks – for “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
CARAS – International Achievement Award
American Music Award – Favourite Single “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
1990
Canadian Recording Industry Association Artist of the Decade
Order of Canada – Outstanding Achievement as a Canadian Citizen
Order of British Columbia – Outstanding Citizenship
1987
Juno Awards – Male Vocalist of the Year; Canadian Entertainer of the Year
1986
Juno Awards – Male Vocalist of the Year; Composer of the Year; Album of the
Year; Producer of the Year – “Reckless”
1985
Canadian Recording Industry Association Diamond Award – to commemorate
sales of over one million units in Canada for “Reckless”
Juno Award – Best Male Vocalist; Album of the Year; Producer of the Year and
Album of the Year – “Reckless”
PROCAN – William Harold Moon Award
“Tears Are Not Enough – Most performed song in Canada
1984
Juno Award – Male Vocalist of the Year; Album of the Year; Composer of the
Year; Producer of the Year – “Cuts Like A Knife”
1983
Juno Award – Best Male Vocalist
1982
Juno Award – Best Male Vocal Artist

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

As Canada's best-known ambassador, Bryan Adams is currently on the road with
his “Bare Bones Tour” in support of his new CD “Bryan Adams – Bare Bones”.
The 20 cut disc will be released November 1st in the UK and Europe and on
November 16th in the U.S. and Canada. Recorded on the road in the spring of
this year, “Bare Bones” came about in response to fans requesting a CD of the
songs they’d just heard – stripped down – raw – unplugged – the way they had
originally been created. The resulting CD is a window into the sold-out highly
acclaimed tour that Bryan has interspersed with full band stadium dates over
the past few years.
The Grammy and Juno award-winning singer-songwriter has spent the last three
decades making music history. He has sold more than 65 million albums
worldwide, toured six continents, garnered 21 top 10 hits, earned nominations
for three Academy Awards and five Golden Globes, received 18 Juno Awards,
an American Music Award, and five ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards for
Most Performed Song from a Motion Picture (his music has appeared on more
than 40 movie soundtracks).
Adams was recently honoured to perform at the opening ceremony of the 2010
Winter Olympics in Vancouver, performing a duet with Nelly Furtado. This past
spring he was the recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award at the
Juno Award’s ceremony and a week later in Ottawa he received the Governor
General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement. Bryan also
contributed the feature song, "You've Been A Friend to Me," in the John
Travolta film, Old Dogs.
Adams has been awarded the Order of British Columbia and is a Companion of
the Order of Canada; he has received an award for “Artist of the Decade” and
has been inducted into the Juno Hall of Fame. He has a star on Canada’s Walk
of Fame and added his handprint to the Wembley Square of Fame in
celebration of his 25th show at the famed stadium. This year he was given a
Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and that ceremony is expected to take
place in 2011.
Adams’ live performances have benefited His Royal Highness the Prince of
Wales Prince’s Trust, Live Aid, Live 8, The Concert for Freedom for Nelson
Mandela, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, Net Aid, The Canadian Avalanche
Foundation, and Breast Cancer, as well as campaigns that have saved the
rainforests, provided food and comfort for the needy and created whale
sanctuaries. Through his namesake foundation he has also helped build schools
in areas of Southeast Asia, devastated by the tsunami in 2004.
Adams is also an acclaimed photographer, donating fees from his photography
to his namesake foundation that funds projects supporting the elderly, victims
of wars and natural disasters and other disadvantaged individuals. He also has
several photographic books to his name including Made in Canada, Haven (UK)
and American Women, the latter done in conjunction with Calvin Klein.
Proceeds were in aid of breast cancer research. Adams was among a select
group of photographers invited to photograph Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
on the occasion of her Royal Jubilee. That photograph was used a year later on
a Canadian postage stamp. In 2009, Bryan was amongst a select group of
notable Canadians whose face also graced a Canadian stamp.
Adams’ outstanding live concerts have established him as one of the world’s
best rock singers of our time, performing over 120 concerts a year as he works
to spread his message of music and environmental awareness to an audience of
millions around the globe.
BRYAN ADAMS – DISCOGRAPHY
2010 – Bryan Adams – Bare Bones (Live)
2010 – Icon (Compilation)
2008 - 11
2005 – Anthology (Compilation)
2005 - Live in Lisbon (DVD)
2004 - Room Service
2003 – Live At The Budokan (DVD)
2002 - Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (Soundtrack)
2002 – Best of Me (Compilation)
2000 - Live At Slane Castle (DVD)
1999 - The Best Of Me (Compilation)
1998 - On A Day Like Today
1997 - MTV Unplugged (Live)
1996 – 18 til I die
1993 - So Far So Good (Compilation)
1991 – Waking Up The Neighbours
1988 – Live! Live! Live!
1987 – Into The Fire
1984 – Reckless
1983 – Cuts Like A Knife
1981 – You Want It You Got It
1980 – Bryan Adams
Bryan Adams has released more than sixty singles over the course of his career
to date, including: “Heaven”, “Straight from the Heart”, “Cuts Like A Knife”,
“Summer of 69”, “It’s Only Love” w/Tina Turner, “(Everything I Do) I Do It For
You”, “Can’t Stop This Thing We Started”, “Have You Ever Really Loved A
Woman”, “All for Love” w/Rod Stewart & Sting, “I Thought I’d Seen
Everything”, “One World, One Flame”
BRYAN ADAMS – AWARDS & ACCOLADES
2010
Allan Waters Humanitarian Award – Juno Awards
Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement
2009
Recipient of a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – ceremony expected to
take place in 2011
2007
Inducted in Wembley’s Square of Fame – commemorating 25th performance at
the stadium
Inducted into the Munich Olympic Hall of Fame
2006
Juno Awards – inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame
2000
Juno Award – Best Male Artist
1999
Juno Award – Best Songwriter
1998
Star on Canada’s Walk of Fame
1997
Juno Award – Male Vocalist of the Year
Promoted to Officer of the Order of Canada
North Wave FM Radio – Japan – Best Male Artist of 1996
1996
Channel V – India Music Award – Top International Rock Album “18 ‘til I Die”
1995
ASCAP Film & Television Award – “All For Love” – Most performed song from a
Motion Picture
Kerrang! UK – “Klassik Songwriter Award
1994
World Music Award - Best Selling Canadian Artist
European Music Awards – Best Male Star
Australian Music Association – International Male Artist of the Year
#1 selling Male Album Artist – Music & Media Magazine – Europe
ECHO Award – Germany – Mot Successful Male Artist
Popcorn Magazine (Germany) Shure Microphone Award – Songwriter of the
Decade
1993
Juno Award – Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) “Waking Up The
Neighbours”
World Music Awards – Best Selling Canadian Artist
The Guinness UK Top 1000 Singles “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” named #1
single on the list of 1000 top hits of the rock era by British chart performance
1992
Juno Awards – Canadian Entertainer of the Year; Producer of the Year
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” and “Can’t Stop This Thing We Started”
International Achievement
CARAS – Special Recognition Award – unprecedented Global success
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Australian Performing Rights Association Award for Most Performed Foreign
Work for “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada – medal for recognition of
significant contribution to the compatriots, community and to Canada
Billboard Magazine International Achievement Award
American Top 40 – #1 song of the year – “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Irish Record Music Awards – Best International Male Artist
Golden Penguin Award – Austria – Singer of the Year
Ivor Novello Award – British Songwriter Award “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
American Music Award – Song of the Year “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
1991
Grammy Award – Best Song Specifically Written for a Motion Picture or
Television “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Australian Music Awards – Most Popular International Male Artist, Song
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” and Album “Waking Up The Neighbours”
Guinness World Book of Records – Longest standing #1 single in the history of
British music – 16 weeks – for “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
CARAS – International Achievement Award
American Music Award – Favourite Single “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
1990
Canadian Recording Industry Association Artist of the Decade
Order of Canada – Outstanding Achievement as a Canadian Citizen
Order of British Columbia – Outstanding Citizenship
1987
Juno Awards – Male Vocalist of the Year; Canadian Entertainer of the Year
1986
Juno Awards – Male Vocalist of the Year; Composer of the Year; Album of the
Year; Producer of the Year – “Reckless”
1985
Canadian Recording Industry Association Diamond Award – to commemorate
sales of over one million units in Canada for “Reckless”
Juno Award – Best Male Vocalist; Album of the Year; Producer of the Year and
Album of the Year – “Reckless”
PROCAN – William Harold Moon Award
“Tears Are Not Enough – Most performed song in Canada
1984
Juno Award – Male Vocalist of the Year; Album of the Year; Composer of the
Year; Producer of the Year – “Cuts Like A Knife”
1983
Juno Award – Best Male Vocalist
1982
Juno Award – Best Male Vocal Artist

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

As Canada's best-known ambassador, Bryan Adams is currently on the road with
his “Bare Bones Tour” in support of his new CD “Bryan Adams – Bare Bones”.
The 20 cut disc will be released November 1st in the UK and Europe and on
November 16th in the U.S. and Canada. Recorded on the road in the spring of
this year, “Bare Bones” came about in response to fans requesting a CD of the
songs they’d just heard – stripped down – raw – unplugged – the way they had
originally been created. The resulting CD is a window into the sold-out highly
acclaimed tour that Bryan has interspersed with full band stadium dates over
the past few years.
The Grammy and Juno award-winning singer-songwriter has spent the last three
decades making music history. He has sold more than 65 million albums
worldwide, toured six continents, garnered 21 top 10 hits, earned nominations
for three Academy Awards and five Golden Globes, received 18 Juno Awards,
an American Music Award, and five ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards for
Most Performed Song from a Motion Picture (his music has appeared on more
than 40 movie soundtracks).
Adams was recently honoured to perform at the opening ceremony of the 2010
Winter Olympics in Vancouver, performing a duet with Nelly Furtado. This past
spring he was the recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award at the
Juno Award’s ceremony and a week later in Ottawa he received the Governor
General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement. Bryan also
contributed the feature song, "You've Been A Friend to Me," in the John
Travolta film, Old Dogs.
Adams has been awarded the Order of British Columbia and is a Companion of
the Order of Canada; he has received an award for “Artist of the Decade” and
has been inducted into the Juno Hall of Fame. He has a star on Canada’s Walk
of Fame and added his handprint to the Wembley Square of Fame in
celebration of his 25th show at the famed stadium. This year he was given a
Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and that ceremony is expected to take
place in 2011.
Adams’ live performances have benefited His Royal Highness the Prince of
Wales Prince’s Trust, Live Aid, Live 8, The Concert for Freedom for Nelson
Mandela, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, Net Aid, The Canadian Avalanche
Foundation, and Breast Cancer, as well as campaigns that have saved the
rainforests, provided food and comfort for the needy and created whale
sanctuaries. Through his namesake foundation he has also helped build schools
in areas of Southeast Asia, devastated by the tsunami in 2004.
Adams is also an acclaimed photographer, donating fees from his photography
to his namesake foundation that funds projects supporting the elderly, victims
of wars and natural disasters and other disadvantaged individuals. He also has
several photographic books to his name including Made in Canada, Haven (UK)
and American Women, the latter done in conjunction with Calvin Klein.
Proceeds were in aid of breast cancer research. Adams was among a select
group of photographers invited to photograph Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
on the occasion of her Royal Jubilee. That photograph was used a year later on
a Canadian postage stamp. In 2009, Bryan was amongst a select group of
notable Canadians whose face also graced a Canadian stamp.
Adams’ outstanding live concerts have established him as one of the world’s
best rock singers of our time, performing over 120 concerts a year as he works
to spread his message of music and environmental awareness to an audience of
millions around the globe.
BRYAN ADAMS – DISCOGRAPHY
2010 – Bryan Adams – Bare Bones (Live)
2010 – Icon (Compilation)
2008 - 11
2005 – Anthology (Compilation)
2005 - Live in Lisbon (DVD)
2004 - Room Service
2003 – Live At The Budokan (DVD)
2002 - Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (Soundtrack)
2002 – Best of Me (Compilation)
2000 - Live At Slane Castle (DVD)
1999 - The Best Of Me (Compilation)
1998 - On A Day Like Today
1997 - MTV Unplugged (Live)
1996 – 18 til I die
1993 - So Far So Good (Compilation)
1991 – Waking Up The Neighbours
1988 – Live! Live! Live!
1987 – Into The Fire
1984 – Reckless
1983 – Cuts Like A Knife
1981 – You Want It You Got It
1980 – Bryan Adams
Bryan Adams has released more than sixty singles over the course of his career
to date, including: “Heaven”, “Straight from the Heart”, “Cuts Like A Knife”,
“Summer of 69”, “It’s Only Love” w/Tina Turner, “(Everything I Do) I Do It For
You”, “Can’t Stop This Thing We Started”, “Have You Ever Really Loved A
Woman”, “All for Love” w/Rod Stewart & Sting, “I Thought I’d Seen
Everything”, “One World, One Flame”
BRYAN ADAMS – AWARDS & ACCOLADES
2010
Allan Waters Humanitarian Award – Juno Awards
Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement
2009
Recipient of a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – ceremony expected to
take place in 2011
2007
Inducted in Wembley’s Square of Fame – commemorating 25th performance at
the stadium
Inducted into the Munich Olympic Hall of Fame
2006
Juno Awards – inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame
2000
Juno Award – Best Male Artist
1999
Juno Award – Best Songwriter
1998
Star on Canada’s Walk of Fame
1997
Juno Award – Male Vocalist of the Year
Promoted to Officer of the Order of Canada
North Wave FM Radio – Japan – Best Male Artist of 1996
1996
Channel V – India Music Award – Top International Rock Album “18 ‘til I Die”
1995
ASCAP Film & Television Award – “All For Love” – Most performed song from a
Motion Picture
Kerrang! UK – “Klassik Songwriter Award
1994
World Music Award - Best Selling Canadian Artist
European Music Awards – Best Male Star
Australian Music Association – International Male Artist of the Year
#1 selling Male Album Artist – Music & Media Magazine – Europe
ECHO Award – Germany – Mot Successful Male Artist
Popcorn Magazine (Germany) Shure Microphone Award – Songwriter of the
Decade
1993
Juno Award – Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) “Waking Up The
Neighbours”
World Music Awards – Best Selling Canadian Artist
The Guinness UK Top 1000 Singles “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” named #1
single on the list of 1000 top hits of the rock era by British chart performance
1992
Juno Awards – Canadian Entertainer of the Year; Producer of the Year
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” and “Can’t Stop This Thing We Started”
International Achievement
CARAS – Special Recognition Award – unprecedented Global success
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Australian Performing Rights Association Award for Most Performed Foreign
Work for “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada – medal for recognition of
significant contribution to the compatriots, community and to Canada
Billboard Magazine International Achievement Award
American Top 40 – #1 song of the year – “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Irish Record Music Awards – Best International Male Artist
Golden Penguin Award – Austria – Singer of the Year
Ivor Novello Award – British Songwriter Award “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
American Music Award – Song of the Year “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
1991
Grammy Award – Best Song Specifically Written for a Motion Picture or
Television “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
Australian Music Awards – Most Popular International Male Artist, Song
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” and Album “Waking Up The Neighbours”
Guinness World Book of Records – Longest standing #1 single in the history of
British music – 16 weeks – for “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”
CARAS – International Achievement Award
American Music Award – Favourite Single “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
1990
Canadian Recording Industry Association Artist of the Decade
Order of Canada – Outstanding Achievement as a Canadian Citizen
Order of British Columbia – Outstanding Citizenship
1987
Juno Awards – Male Vocalist of the Year; Canadian Entertainer of the Year
1986
Juno Awards – Male Vocalist of the Year; Composer of the Year; Album of the
Year; Producer of the Year – “Reckless”
1985
Canadian Recording Industry Association Diamond Award – to commemorate
sales of over one million units in Canada for “Reckless”
Juno Award – Best Male Vocalist; Album of the Year; Producer of the Year and
Album of the Year – “Reckless”
PROCAN – William Harold Moon Award
“Tears Are Not Enough – Most performed song in Canada
1984
Juno Award – Male Vocalist of the Year; Album of the Year; Composer of the
Year; Producer of the Year – “Cuts Like A Knife”
1983
Juno Award – Best Male Vocalist
1982
Juno Award – Best Male Vocal Artist

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