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Michael Bolton in Warsaw
October 22, 2008    wersja polska »
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Michael Bolton is performing at Warsaw's Kongresowa Hall Oct. 30. The heartthrob singer-songwriter began his worldwide recording career in 1975 when he was just 22 under his birth name Michael Bolotin.

Superstardom came in 1989 with the six-times platinum Soul Provider, which featured songs like "How Can We Be Lovers," "You Wouldn't Know Love," and Bolton's own Grammy Award-winning "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You," which Laura Braningan had made a worldwide hit six years earlier. The album Time, Love & Tenderness, which featured Bolton's version of "When a Man Loves a Woman," sold 13 million copies to go eight times platinum, and picked up two Grammys and two American Music Awards. My Secret Passion, a 1998 recording of operatic arias that includes a duet with soprano Renée Fleming, gave that glorious four-octave voice free rein and caught Bolton's fans pleasantly off-guard.

Oct. 30, Kongresowa Hall, 1 Defilad Sq., 7:30 p.m.; tickets zl.340, 250, 160 and 110, available from www.estrada.com.pl and www.ticketpro.pl
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