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Michael Ball, the UK’s top musical theatre star, live concert performer and million selling recording artist has announced plans for a UK tour in 2005. Michael returns to The NEC Arena on Saturday 11 June.
The Michael Ball 2005 tour will feature this most dynamic performer singing some of his best known, signature tunes such as Love Changes Everything from Aspects of Love (the song which gave him his first number 1 hit in 1989), Phantom of the Opera and All I Ask Of You From Phantom, Sunset Boulevard and Tell Me On A Sunday, as well as some personal favourites such as If Tomorrow Never Comes, When You Tell Me That You Love Me and Michael’s recent own composition That’s What Love Is For. Many of the featured songs are on Michael’s current hit CD, Love Changes Everything – The Best of Michael Ball, released through Universal Music TV and already a big hit for the charismatic performer. Michael is also writing new material which he’ll debut on tour next year.
Since his auspicious West End debut as Marius in Les Miserables in 1985, Michael Ball has enjoyed an enormously successful career as the UK’s top male musical theatre star, million selling recording artist – he’s sold over 3 million albums in the UK alone – and live concert performer. Michael has been performing all over the UK for more than ten years. His legions of faithful fans have travelled to see their idol in concert in far flung places – from Australia to Kuala Lumpar, from Hong Kong to America. As well as a stack of gold and platinum discs, Michael has also received numerous awards in recognition of his extraordinarily successful career including the Variety Club of Great Britain’s Recording Artiste of the Year and Theatregoers Club of Great Britain who voted him the Most Popular Musical Actor of the last 21 years.