Michael Bolton to duet with Gabrielle on UK tour
Michael Bolton and British songstress Gabrielle will duet on the singer's 'Music & Movie' UK tour
Michael Bolton will tour the UK next April with special guest Gabrielle.
The 62-year-old singer has announced he'll perform a 'Music & Movies' tour with the 'If You Ever' hitmaker over 13 dates across the United Kingdom and will sing his greatest hits as well as classic tracks from iconic films.
Michael shared: "I'm thrilled to be coming back to the UK in April. My fans have been so supportive and it's one of my favorite places to tour. ... We have a few surprises this time around, with some music from the new album and special guests that I'm excited to share with everyone."
The tour kicks off on April 6 at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham and will conclude at Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall on April 30.
Tickets for for the tour go on sale Friday (16.10.15).
Gabrielle, 45, will accompany the 'Time, Love and Tenderness' crooner, who's sold 60 million records worldwide and penned songs with musicians such as Bob Dylan and Lady Gaga.
Elsewhere, Michael recently released his memoir, 'The Soul of It All: My Music My Life' and also just completed a documentary film entitled 'GOTTA KEEP DREAMIN' about the 21st Century Renaissance of Detroit music's scene.
He also delved into the genre of Motown with a soulful classics album 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough: A Tribute to Hitsville USA', which reached No 3 on the Billboard R&B chart.
Michael Bolton tour dates are as follows:
Wednesday, April 6, Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Friday, April 8, Birmingham Symphony Hall
Sunday, April 10, Brighton Dome
Tuesday, April 12, Bristol Colston Hall
Thursday, April 14, Cardiff St. David's Hall
Saturday, April 16, Bournemouth International Centre
Monday, April 18, Manchester O2 Apollo
Wednesday, April 20, Newcastle City Hall
Friday, April 22, Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
Sunday, April 24, Sheffield City Hall
Tuesday, April 26, Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Thursday, April 28, London Royal Albert Hall
Saturday, April 30, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall