Saddened Adams

Bryan Adams has revealed that he feels sad for musicians who want to get on in the music business because it is so tough to rise to the top.

The left handed bass whiz, who scored an unlikely mega hit with Robin Hood Prince of Thieves song Everything I do (I do it for you) claims that it’s ’much harder’ to be successful now than when he first started.

He told the Hollywood Reporter: ‘I feel quite sad for the young musicians coming up because they may never get to pay their rent properly.

’It doesn't matter what the genre - nowadays, it's so much harder than it ever was.

‘You want to get paid for your work and be able to take something home to your family or yourself. I tip my hat to anybody today that can make music and move forward.’

That’s nice Mr Adams. And for those of us unfamiliar with THAT song that Herr Adams tormented the British public with (it was 16 weeks at number one), here’s a karaoke version, courtesy of Youtube.

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