The artist published a special statement online. Michael Bolton confessed that he is fighting a serious illness and is suspending his career.
Michael Bolton, the music icon of the 80s and 90s, officially announced online that he had to undergo urgent surgery. Before Christmas, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor, and the star is currently recovering after surgery. In a statement, he announced that he was canceling concerts and suspending his career for some time.
Michael Bolton underwent surgery
Michael Bolton is one of the most famous and most appreciated vocalists. He has sold over 75 million records worldwide, and his ten albums and two singles have appeared on the Billboard charts. The artist has won six American Music Awards and two Grammy Awards.
His most famous songs include “How Am I Supposed To Live Without You”, “When I’m Back On My Feet Again” and “Said I Loved You… But I Lied”. He performed in Poland several times, including: On July 1, 2011 in Warsaw at the concert inaugurating the Polish Presidency of the European Union. Now he is struggling with serious health problems, which he announced on social media.
“The end of 2023 brought many challenges for me. Just before Christmas, I was diagnosed with a brain tumor that required immediate surgery. Currently, thanks to the great love and support of my family, I am recovering at home. Over the next few months, I will devote my energy to recovery, which means I will have to take a break from performing for a while. Disappointing fans or suspending the tour has always been extremely difficult for me, but now my priority is recovery and a quick return to performances,” he wrote.
The 70-year-old emphasized that he is grateful for all the love and support he has received from his fans in recent years. “Know that I hold your positive news in my heart and will provide you with more information as soon as I can,” he concluded. Now Michael Bolton faces a long period of convalescence, and his scheduled performances in the near future will take place at a different date.