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What was Bryan Adams biggest hit? Who knocked Bryan Adams off the charts 1991?

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Bryan Guy Adams OC OBC,  a Canadian guitarist, singer, composer, record producer, photographer, and philanthropist was born on  5 November 1959, in Kingston, Ontario to Elizabeth Jane and Captain Conrad J. Adams, who emigrated to Canada from Plymouth, England in the 1950s.

Canadian rock singer-songwriter and musician Bryan Adams, Rome, Italy, 1985. (Photo by Luciano Viti/Getty Images)

Bryan was raised in Ottawa and attended Colonel By Secondary School in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of East Ottawa. Bryan has had several number one singles and albums in various countries and has sold over 100 million records worldwide.

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What was Bryan Adams biggest hit

LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 13: Bryan Adams performs at BBC Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park at Hyde Park on September 13, 2015, in London, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein/Redferns)

Bryan released the album  Reckless in late 1984. This album peaked at number one on both the Billboard 200 and the Canadian Album Chart while reaching number 2 in Australia and number 7 in the UK. The biggest hit of this top album was the single “Run To You” which reached number four.

Who knocked Bryan Adams off the charts in 1991?

ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS – NOVEMBER 13: Bryan Adams, vocal-guitar, performs at the Ahoy hal in Rotterdam, Netherlands on 13th November 1991. (Photo by Frans Schellekens/Redferns)

Adams’s release in 1991,”(Everything I Do) I Do It for You”, went to number 1 in at least 19 countries, including for 16 and 18 straight weeks in the UK, and Europe overall, both records. It was top of the chart from 7 July until it was knocked off by U2’s “The Fly” on 27 October.

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