Bryan Adams to bring “Bare Bones” back to Boston

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Bryan Adams will bring his highly successful “Bare Bones” acoustic tour back to Boston with a show at the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre on Saturday, March 12. Tickets for the show, which range in price from $49.50 to $89.50, are on sale now through Telecharge.

The solo acoustic shows, which began in 2008,  were was inspired by Adam’s experience recording “MTV’s Unplugged” in the 90’s.  The result was a hit with fans and led to his latest live album, Bare Bones (Live),  which was released last fall.

“As the tour rolled across the USA and Canada, many people were asking for a recording of the songs as they had just heard in the show,” explained the veteran Canadian rocker. “So in response to that, I decided to record a few shows to see if a recording was even interesting… I like the way the songs carry themselves warts and all, bare-boned, without the original arrangements of a full band or an orchestra. These recordings only have the voices and handclaps of the fans in the audience and the ambiance of the room to lift them.”

Performing in an intimate setting, the veteran Canadian rocker promises to not only play music, but recount the stories behind his impressive career catalog of songs that have made him of the most successful solo artists of the past three decades.

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