He's the multiple Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter and social activist and now, Michael Bolton will touch down on the Gold Coast in June.
From today, tickets are on sale for his Symphony Tour around Australia and New Zealand, that is set to take fans on a trip down memory lane, as he performs with a full orchestra of the Greatest Hits - featuring those he released himself, and those he has written for others.
Bolton rose to fame in the mid 1970's, originally performing in the hard rock and heavy metal genres.
Later in his career he took on a stylistic change, and became better known for his series of pop rock ballards.
Selling more than 75 million records worldwide, his songs are some of the best selling songs of all time, including, “How Can We Be Lovers,” “When A Man Loves A Woman,” “Said I Love You.. But I Lied” and many more.
His covers have been widely recognised, transforming original song with his own version of songs like Otis Reddings’ “Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay”.
Michael will deliver his catalogue of hits accompanied by a specially selected 30 piece orchestra and joined by a soon to be announced special guest at The Star Gold Coast in Broadbeach on Thursday June 14.
To book tickets visit the website here