So Happy It Hurts

“Let’s be honest. All my albums sound pretty much the same. It’s my voice that holds everything together.” If there’s one thing you can’t accuse Bryan Adams of, it’s being vain. Which the Canadian singer would have every reason to be. People around the world can sing along to hits like “Run to You” or “Summer of ’69”, and in more than forty years in the business he has sold millions of records and won countless awards.

The sixty-two-year-old’s fifteenth studio album, "So Happy It Hurts", was released recently. The single of the same name, which was already getting airplay, is a must-listen – and the video is a must-see, especially because of the singer’s super cool mother sitting next to him in a convertible. She probably won’t be on the world tour with him, but who knows. We wouldn’t put it past them.

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