The Summer of '69 singer is ready to come back down under for a 4-date tour starting on September 15 later this year.

The Canadian singer responsible for classic hits such as Summer of '69 and (Everything I Do) I Do It For You is gearing up for another visit to Australian shores. Adams will visit Australia to promote his greatest hits collection album Bare Bones, with four scheduled performances all around the country. Described as some of his "most intimate" and "personal" shows to date, this upcoming tour is considered one of the highlights of Adams' celebrated music career. The hit maker is expected to kick off his Oz tour at the Palais Theatre in Melbourne on September 15. This is the singer's first visit to the country after a tour in 1984.

The singer has won various citations for his 30 years of being in the industry. He has been nominated for an Academy Award for his song writing and performances and won one Grammy and 18 Juno awards - the Canadian counterpart of the American Music Awards. In early 2010, the rocker was granted the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award for his involvement in various charity and benefit concerts. The singer has a star named after him on Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Canadian Walk of Fame.

Because Adams is a seasoned musician, he was also given the honor of the Governor General's Performing Arts Award for being an active musician for three straight decades. On his spare time, the multi-talented singer immerses himself on fashion photography, with published works on Vogue, Esquire, and Harper's Bazaar magazines.

Below are the rest of Bryan Adam's Australian tour dates:

September 17 - Sydney (Sydney Opera House)

September 20 - Brisbane (QPAC Concert Hall)

September 22- Newcastle (Civic Theatre)

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Here's a video of the singer performing an acoustic version of his hit "Heaven"