Feeder to support Bryan Adams when he brings his spectacular open-air show to Telford QEII Arena on 3 July.

Launching out of South Wales in 1992, they’ve maintained an enviable forward motion, all but uninterrupted, releasing 10 studio albums and over 40 EP’s or singles accumulating 26 Top 40 chart singles, spending 185 weeks in the UK charts and shifting well over two million albums in the UK alone.

One of the few flat-out rock bands still firing in the face of a predominantly synth-pop world, they secured new heights of popularity around the world with 2017’s Best Of. After following up two years later with their tenth album, Tallullah, which garnered another British Top 5, the sky was the limit for these indestructible sensations.

Almost thirty years into their journey together in Feeder, Grant and Taka have survived tragedy and every conceivable passing trend, to stand proud as Premier League rockers in their mature phase. At the beginning, they were way too rocky to fit the bill for Britpop, but eventually Grant’s class as a songwriter couldn’t be ignored, with 2001’s Gil Norton-produced third album, Echo Park, serving up the defining smash hit, Buck Rogers.

Bryan Adams’ influence extends 4 decades, over which time he has released 15 studio albums. His most recent recording, So Happy It Hurts, debuted at number three on the album charts in March. The album features recent singles Never Gonna Rain, Kick Ass and So Happy It Hurts. His song writing has garnered him numerous awards and accolades including three Academy Award nominations, five Golden Globe nominations and a Grammy Award.

Bryan Adams and Feeder play Telford QEII Arena on 3 July. Tickets are available here.