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Michael Bolton revealed he was diagnosed with a brain tumor before the holidays

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Singer Michael Bolton disclosed that he received a diagnosis of a brain tumor just before the holiday season, necessitating immediate surgery.

In a social media post, Bolton conveyed that the surgery was successful, expressing gratitude for the supportive messages and affirming his recovery at home with family.

At 70 years old, Bolton shared that he would temporarily halt touring to prioritize his recuperation, acknowledging the difficulty of disappointing his fans but assuring them of his efforts to expedite recovery and return to performing soon.

He promised to provide updates as he could and conveyed deep appreciation for the continued love and support received over the years, stating, “Know that I’m keeping your positive messages in my heart.”

Michael Bolton rose to prominence in the rock music scene of the 1970s and gained significant fame in the ’80s and ’90s as a pop singer, collaborating with notable artists such as Cher, Bob Dylan, and Shania Twain throughout his illustrious career.

He claimed Grammy Awards for the song “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You?” (which he co-wrote) and for his rendition of “When a Man Loves a Woman,” featured on his top-charting album “Time, Love & Tenderness” released in 1991.

Beyond his musical career, Bolton is recognized for his philanthropic endeavors. He initiated The Michael Bolton Charities in 1993, supporting women and children who have been victims of poverty and various forms of abuse. Bolton actively participates in events dedicated to aiding children and victims of domestic violence.Source

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