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Michael Bolton (Bolotin) - Discography 27 Album Bonus 1976 - 2011







The Best of Michael Bolton (Volume 1) - Mercury/PolyGram 74914-2 (1997) The Best of Michael Bolton (Volume 2) - Mercury/PolyGram 74923-2 (1998) References External links MusicMatch Category:Columbia Records artists Category:Mercury Records artists Category:Grammy Award winners Category:Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winners Category:Living people Category:American country singer-songwriters Category:American male singer-songwriters Category:American pop singers Category:Country musicians from New York (state) Category:Year of birth missing (living people)New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is the 2016 Republican presidential front-runner, according to a new CNN/ORC poll, but he is still at the back of the pack of potential candidates with just a year to go until the Iowa caucuses. In the poll, Christie received support from 28% of Republican voters, putting him in second place. A total of 19% said they would support former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and 16% said they would vote for Sen. Ted Cruz. Christie fell behind retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who is in third place, with 26%, and Carson's likely challenger, Sen. Marco Rubio, who is in fourth place with 18%. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Sen. Rand Paul, the three other potential candidates in the poll, were at 5% and 6%, respectively. Christie fell behind Bush because of his low-profile, according to the CNN poll, with less than 4% of Republican voters saying they believe the New Jersey governor will be the Republican nominee for the 2016 presidential election. While Christie has led all of the other candidates in primary polls, he has lost a lot of ground to Bush over the past month. Christie's negatives are twice as high as those of any other candidate, and he is the most disliked Republican candidate in the race, according to the CNN poll. Overall, 60% of Republicans have an unfavorable view of the governor. The CNN poll also shows that Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul and reality TV star who is leading the field of Republican presidential candidates, is also viewed unfavorably by 59% of Republican voters. The real estate mogul remains in first place, with 21% of the support of Republican voters. Carson and Bush are tied for second place with 15% each 01e38acffe Michael Bolton (b. February 26, 1953) was the lead singer and songwriter for the internationally successful pop and rock band Eagles. He was a recipient of the Billboard Award for Top Vocal Performance by a Male Artist in 1997 and the American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist in 1998. He is also a recipient of the Best New Artist Award from the New Music Awards and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Music Awards in 2001. He's also a singer songwriter, producer, film director, producer and model. His career in music began in 1979 when he joined several former Blues Brothers members in a bar band called Blue Five. The original lineup featured lead singer/ songwriter Glenn Frey, guitarist Don Felder, drummer Randy Meisner and keyboardist Bernie Leadon. Bolton had grown up listening to music and he impressed Frey with his innate ability to write a melody and lyrics. Frey had a brief career as a country singer when he was a member of the New South. By 1980, the band changed its name to The Eagles. After several years of playing club dates around the United States, the band's first big commercial success came with its 1980 album, One of These Nights, which sold over six million copies in the United States alone. The Eagles were nominated for five Grammy Awards and were also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996. In 1998, Bolton's "How Can I Fall So Hard" won the Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, and in 1999 his "How Long" won Best Male Country Vocal Performance. In 2000 he recorded "Here Without You" for the film My Best Friend's Wedding, which won a Golden Globe and an Academy Award. His songs have sold over 100 million records and have been covered by everyone from Gloria Estefan and Stevie Wonder to The Pointer Sisters and David Bowie. Bolotin and his band, The Eagles, are best known for their chart-topping album The Eagles, which was produced by Bill Szymczyk and went five times platinum and was the band's best selling album until it was surpassed by Hotel California in 1995. The album's lead single "Lyin' Eyes", the title track, and "Witchy Woman" were all number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100. In the UK, "Lyin' Eyes" reached number one. Additionally, the album sold more than twelve million copies worldwide and became the most successful album by an American group in the Nielsen Sound


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