Fresh juice, a toaster and a kettle - the basics are all Bryan Adams needs on his world tour. Catch him at Peterborough next month
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Canadian rock singer Bryan Adams brings his trademark sound to Cambridgeshire next month when he plays at the Embankment in Peterborough.
The artist, who manages to look even better as each year passes, takes to the stage as part of the UK leg of his seven-month long Get Up tour.
Mostly London based, Adams works as both a musician and an established celebrity photographer and is also a committed vegan with a passion for animal rights.
Best known for hits, Summer of 69 and Everything I Do - a UK number one for 16 weeks - he speaks to the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard.
Q1. Is there a message you would like to send to your fans in the Fens who are looking forward to seeing you at Peterborough this summer, many of whom will have supported you since your career began?
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BA: Yes, really looking forward to seeing you and hope you’re coming for a good sing-a-long.
Q2. Your Get Up world tour from Las Vegas to Germany is a gruelling seven months - what do you do to relax and cope with the stresses of being away from the routine of home life and family?
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BA: I can luckily sleep pretty well on planes and I get home enough that everything works out fine.
Q3. I love knowing what artists riders are - would you mind sharing with us what yours is?
BA: Fresh juices, a toaster and a kettle, it’s pretty basic.
Q4. You have been a vegan for many years now. Can you share your best recipe for a delicious meal that is easy to prepare or your favourite vegan snack.
BA: That’s easy. Avocado on toast with a little lemon and salt.
Q5 What is your advice to stop getting anaemic? I am a vegetarian trying hard to go vegan but struggle with super low iron levels despite taking iron tablets. Help!
BA: Eat fresh food, use a juicer and avoid dairy.
Q6 Any good advice for readers who want to eat more mindfully or want to help stop animal cruelty?
BA: Bourgeois Boheme makes great vegan shoes.
Q7 Do you have a bucket list of things in life you are yet to achieve?
BA: I’m working on the musical for the film “Pretty Woman” so I’m looking forward to completing that next year.
Q8 What advice would you give 16 year old Bryan Adams?
BA: Don’t sign it.
• Bryan Adams plays the Embankment, Peterborough on Friday August 5. Tickets £53.90.