Yes, I guess he has been around long enough for this sort of honour!

Bryan Adams headed to Hall of Fame
TORONTO (CP) – Canuck recording superstar Bryan Adams is headed for the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
“Bryan is one of Canada’s most admired artists and one of our leading ambassadors. We are proud to have him join the Canadian Music Hall of Fame,” Melanie Berry, president of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, said Tuesday in a statement. “His distinguished collection of influential recordings have entertained and inspired many generations of music-lovers and will continue to do so.”
Adams will be honoured at the 2006 Juno Awards, to be held April 2 in Halifax.
Born in Kingston, Ont., Adams launched his career in 1980 with a self-titled album. A few years later he became a household name thanks to a string of hits such as Heaven, Straight for the Heart, Run to You and Summer of ’69.
Last fall, he released Anthology, a two-disc retrospective that coincided with a Canadian tour.
For more than 25 years, CARAS has been inducting musicians and industry leaders into a hall of fame, but has not had a “bricks-mortar” base. Last spring, the academy announced plans to build a flashy music museum in Toronto, where the hall will be housed.
At the time, the academy said it would open in the summer of 2007.