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Spirit Mountain Casino’s Top 5 Michael Bolton Songs


  • Date: January 19, 2017

We’re counting down the days until Michael Bolton comes to Spirit Mountain Casino. Our method of coping with all the anticipation: pulling together our favorite hits from his career. Gear up for Bolton’s show with these unforgettable hits:

“How Can We Be Lovers?”
Bolton wrote this 1990 hit alongside Songwriter Hall of Fame inductees Diane Warren and Desmond Child. One of the anthems of the year, “How Can We Be Lovers?” reached the #3 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

 

“Go the Distance”
Disney fans know “Go the Distance” from the 1997 animation Hercules. Bolton replaced the Roman hero to sing a pop rendition for the film’s closing credits. His version hit the Billboard Hot 100 and was nominated for both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.

 

“Time, Love and Tenderness”
Bolton teamed up with songwriter Diane Warren again to create this 1991 hit. Its release was met with immediate fanfare: “Time, Love and Tenderness” made the Billboard Hot 100, the UK Singles Chart, and the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart.

 

“When I'm Back on My Feet Again”
From the #7 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 to the soundtrack of Rocky V: Bolton’s 1989 single was one of the most pervasive songs of the year. It was his third Top Ten Hit, helping to solidify his crossover from songwriter to singer.

 

“How Am I Supposed to Live Without You?”
Michael Bolton originally wrote “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You?” for Air Supply in 1983, but Laura Branigan ended up performing its initial release. In 1990, Bolton performed his song on Soul Provider, winning him a Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.

 

Experience your favorite pop icon live and join us when Michael Bolton comes to Spirit Mountain Casino. Tickets are on sale now and start at $45. With 17 studio albums, 35 singles, and four decades in the industry, Bolton brings a plethora of talent to the stage - and we can’t wait for the show!

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