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NOVEMBER 9, 2005

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American artist Michael Bolton performed on Wednesday evening for the several thousand spectators who gathered to see him at the Palace Hall during the concert that ended his European tour to promote his latest album "Till the End of Forever." The concert was attended by a number of Romanian VIPs such as Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu, the leader of the Conservative Party Dan Voiculescu, the Trade Minister Codrut Seres and designer Catalin Botezatu. Dressed in a black suit, the singer started the concert with the song "Love is a Wonderful Thing," from the album "Time, Love and Tenderness." Accompanied by nine musicians, Bolton quickly passed to the next song in the program "Soul Provider." "This will be an evening full of surprises," said the artist who encouraged the public to "make as much noise as they could." The "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" artist made a journey back in time with the hit "To Love Somebody" from the album "Timeless (The Classics)" which he interpreted while playing the guitar. The atmosphere became more lively in the second part of the concert with the song "Georgia on My Mind" which he had sung with one of his idols Ray Charles, but the climax of the evening came with the aria "Nesun Dorma." "I studied Italian to interpret this song with Pavarotti," Bolton said.

One of the surprises of the evening was the entrance of STEVEN SEAGAL, who accompanied Bolton's voice with a guitar performance.

The concert ended with the song "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You," which the artist presented as a very important song from a very turbulent period in his life.


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