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Happy Holidays from David Foster

Hey everyone,

I hope the season is treating you well and that you’ve had a chance to hear my latest holiday CD “Merry And Bright“, available now at Starbucks! This year I had the opportunity to introduce you to one of my favorite new bands, Dirty Loops, and we also released great new music from Bryan Adams, Sarah McLachlan, Barry Manilow and Smokey Robinson (to name a few). I look forward to more great music in 2015 starting with Diana Krall‘s “Wallflower” due out on February 3rd, a debut release from Charles Perry, music from a sultry new artist that I’m working with, Brenna Whitaker , and an exciting Disney project featuring all of your favorite artists! Thank you for all of your support this year and stay tuned for some exciting news which I plan to share very soon…

Wishing you a Hap...

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Bryan Adams Discusses New Album ‘Tracks Of My Years,’ Miley Cyrus And Two Forgotten Decades


By Alex M. Smith
Sep 30, 2014 12:01 PM EDT

Bryan Adams had such an obsessive work ethic early in his career that he’s forgotten entire stretches of the ’80s and ’90s.
“I wish I could be kidding you,” he said in a phone interview on Monday afternoon. “But I don’t actually remember a lot of my career.”
The Canadian singer, responsible for several Top 10 hits including “Summer of ’69” and “Everything I Do (I Do It For You)” blames the “volume of work” he went through for his memory loss.

He definitely remembers the ’70s, though. That’s the era from which he culled 12 cover songs for his new album, Tracks of My Years (out Tuesday). The tracklist includes re-imagined songs written by Bob Dylan, Ray Charles and The Beatles.
We caught up with the 54-year-old to talk about the...

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Bryan Adams goes down memory lane with ‘Tracks of My Years’



Sep 25, 2014

Bryan Adams’ image is that of a denim-clad hard rocker from Canada with massive mainstream appeal.

His 65 million in album sales worldwide over the last three-and-a-half decades speaks to that.

So some of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s covers the Kingston, Ont.,-born-North Vancouver-raised musician chose for his new disc Tracks of My Years, out Tuesday, might surprise his hardcore fans. Think the sunny pop of The Association’s Never My Love or the R&B soul of The Manhattans’ Kiss and Say Goodbye.

“I hope there are good surprises,” said the 54-year-old singer-songwriter-guitarist in Toronto recently.

“Instead of doing the songs that were the ones that really changed things for me, I decided I would do songs that were also a...

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Bryan Adams talks about his new album, Tracks Of My Years


“What unified everything was my voice and the way I produced it”
Joe BossoSeptember 22, 2014, 14:20 GMT

1. “You can’t do that” originally recorded by The Beatles

“It’s really hard to do a Beatles song without fucking it up. [Laughs] I have a song called Back To You on my MTV album [Unplugged], and I thought that Any Time At All could work the same way – very strummy. And it did. It worked out beautifully.

“Everybody knows the song, but it’s not like one of the Beatles songs that gets played all the time. Because it was a little more off the radar, that’s why I was interested in it. I wanted it to rock out a bit more. One of the things about this record that I wanted to do was not do a pastiche of the original track; I wanted to do my own thing as best I could...

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Bryan Adams – “She Knows Me” Lyric Video


Bryan Adams has revealed new music from his upcoming album “Tracks Of My Years” produced by David Foster and available Sept. 30.

Check out the world premiere to the Official lyric video for Bryan Adams’ brand NEW song “She Knows Me” from his forthcoming album.
Available in the US and Canada Sept 30th & Oct 6th in Europe and other territories. Pre-order now on iTunes!

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New music in 2013 with Bryan Adams

According to his Twitter official profile, David Foster and Bryan Adams has been in the studio for new music in 2013 !

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David Foster 1985 rare video interview



Dire Straits’ Mark Knopfler is host David Foster’s guest along with John Parr & Rob Lowe on GOOD ROCKIN’ TONITE. In the 5 weeks following host Terry David Mulligan’s departure from the Vancouver CBC TV series “Good Rockin’ Tonite,” Foster, Bruce Allen, Loverboy, Platinum Blonde and Stu Jeffries (who became host) filled in. Canadian music executive, record producer , composer, songwriter, musician & singer David Foster composed the film score for “St Elmo’s Fire” starring Rob Lowe. He produced & co-wrote with Bryan Adams & others the 1985 charity song “Tears Are Not Enough,” Canada’s #1 song in 1985. He has won 16 Grammy Awards.”

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