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Bangalore, Feb 6: 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 on Sunday 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 Shweta, 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. 


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