Bryan Adams – Straight From The Heart | So glad we grew up during the generation with the greatest music
The greatest era was the 1970s and 1980s because it is when other genres of music were discovered. Thus, Bryan Adams is one of the pioneers; he is also regarded as a music icon. It’s great that so many musicians look to him for inspiration as they pursue their musical careers.
Bryan Guy Adams, better known by his stage name Bryan Adams, is a multi-talented artist, philanthropist, and activist. He first rose to prominence in Canada, then conquered the United States in 1983, and then became a global sensation. Adams has released chart-topping songs and albums that have sold millions of copies worldwide over the years. In addition, he received 20 Juno Awards and 15 Grammy Awards for his contributions to music.
This man truly dominated the music industry for a long time, and he is still active in the industry today. Bryan Adams was frequently seen in the music spotlight during his childhood. He also served as a backup musician for local artists at the time. In 1979, he joined the band Sweeney Todd, which landed at number one on the Canadian charts with the song “Roxy Roller.” This eventually proved to be a watershed moment for Adams’ international success.
“It Cuts Like a Knife”
“Straight from the Heart” is one of Canadian superstar Bryan Adams’s successful singles. As a result, the song was released in February 1983 as part of his third studio album, “Cuts Like a Knife.” The song was a massive hit in Canada when it was released, and it was his breaking point to become well-known in the United States as well. It peaked at No. 10 in the Top 40 and No. 32 in the Adult Contemporary Charts. For the record, this was his first chart-topping single.
The song was written by Eric Kagna and given to Bryan Adams, but he did not record it until 1983 for various reasons. In this regard, the song was recorded by another artist and first released in 1980. As a result, despite the fact that there were several versions of the song, Adams’ version was the most successful. We can say that he gave the song a unique interpretation that helped it become a global success.