Born in Connecticut, Michael Bolton began writing pop hits for the likes of
the Pointer Sisters and Laura Branigan.
Everybody's Crazy (Columbia, 1985) and the single Fool's Game
introduced the embryonic talent of Bolton, a late purveyors of blue-eyed soul.
The Hunger (1987) began to attract attention, and
Soul Provider (1989) fulfilled the promise by spawning a list of massive
hits (How Am I Supposed To Live Without You,
Soul Provider). Easy-listening soul had found his new prophet.
Time Love & Tenderness (1991) sold 12 million copies in ten years
(Steel Bars was co-written with Bob Dylan).
After Timeless (1992), a collection of covers,
Bolton struck gold again with The One Thing (1994), containing
Said I Loved You.
The formula began to lose its appeal on All That Matters (1997), which
was followed by
an album of opera arias, My Secret Passion (1998).
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