Ontario, Canada-born artist Bryan Adams is a rock singer/songwriter who is renowned for his hits from the 1980s and 1990s. His soft rock has enchanted Canadian audiences ever since the released of his eponymous debut album in 1980, but Adams truly earned international fame with his best 1984 best-selling album, Reckless. The record spawned several hit songs such as "Run to You", a duet with Tina Turner called "It's Only Love" and one of his most well-known tracks, "Summer of '69." Adams maintained his status as a pop/rock icon throughout the 1990s, when he released his 1994 collaboration with Rod Stewart and Sting titled "All For Love," and his acclaimed 1991 album Waking Up the Neighbours. Featuring "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You," the album carried him through an extended world tour that lasted on and off for two years. Adams continues to release new music and has become a respected photographer, but he will always be remembered as a rock and roll crooner.