Bryan Adams first made his name for himself with a debut LP and plenty of co-songwriting credits for Bachman Turner Overdrive, Loverboy, and Kiss. He would quickly develop into a seasoned pop hit writer, and was only two years into his performing career when his radio hit, "Cuts Like A Knife," would take him from rising rocker to bona fide superstar. He would eventually go on to become one of the biggest rock icons to emerge from the nation of Canada, sharing his acclaim with acts like the Guess Who, Neil Young, BTO, and Rush. Ironically, the young Canadian, who presented a very hard rockin' live show, would see his greatest commercial success writing and recording mushy ballads such as "Heaven," "Everything I Do, I Do For You," and "Please, Forgive Me."
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