Bryan weaves magic once again

From strumming the guitar to playing karaoke, Bryan Adams swayed audience in Bangalore with his versatility.

india Updated: Feb 06, 2006 20:01 IST

As the strains of the evergreen number

Everything I do, I do it for you

rent the air, rock star Bryan Adams was doing everything he could for his cheering fans-- right from strumming the strings of the guitar and playing karaoke to singing a duet with a female fan at the grand musical concert here last last night.

The Sunday night fever was apparently on as the 40 plus singer took music lovers down memory lane by belting out popular numbers from his repertoire, including Kids Wanna Rock, All for Love and Hearts on Fire.

As fans cheered on, Adams rendered nearly 20 songs from his career spanning over two decades, including those from his new numbers, Room Service and Open Road. The numbers Back to You, Cuts Like a Knife, "I am ready" and the unforgettable Please Forgive Me met with loud applause.

His duet with Shwetha, a software engineer picked from the audience, was cheered loudly, as the two sang into the night the popular number When You are Gone.

With Adams at the guitar, fans crooned Everything I do I do it for you, making it a lively interactive session, capturing the nostalgia of Summer of 69.

The curtains fell on the musical night as the singer signed off with the acoustic version of Room Service and by thanking the audience for their warm response.

First Published: Feb 06, 2006 17:18 IST