A Grammy-award-winning singer-songwriter is one of three acts now set to play at Caesars Windsor.
The entertainment complex has announced that Michael Bolton, The Trews, and Godsmack have booked dates to play on the Colosseum stage.
Bolton will perform on February 17. The Trews will play with special guest Wide Mouth Mason on March 1, and Godsmack will visit on April 26.
Bolton has been making music since the 1970s when he fronted the rock band Blackjack. After four rock-centred albums, he moved to a softer, power ballad-laden sound beginning with his 1987 album "The Hunger". Since that album's release, nine of his songs have gone to number-one on either the Billboard Hot 100 or the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary charts. Bolton has won two Grammy Awards and six American Music Awards.
The Trews. Image courtesy Caesars Entertainment.
The Trews hail from Nova Scotia and have had two singles, "Not Ready to Go", and "Yearning", top the Canadian Rock chart. Four of their five studio albums have placed in the top-10 of the Canadian Album chart. The group has also recorded five extended-play projects and three live albums.
The band has been nominated for six Juno Awards, and is currently on its 20th anniversary tour.
Godsmack. Image courtesy Caesars Entertainment.
Godsmack is a hard rock and grunge band based in Massachusetts. The group has placed three albums in a row atop the Billboard 200, "Faceless", "IV", and "The Oracle", which also went to number two on the Canadian Album chart.
The band has also had 12 singles go to number one on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. Its current "Vibez" tour will be acoustic.
Tickets for all three acts go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday for Caesars Rewards members, and to the general public on Friday at 10 a.m. All shows are 19 and older.
Ticket purchases can be made through the official Caesars Windsor website or Ticketmaster. The Colooseum box office is open Friday and Saturday from noon to 8 p.m., and on show days from noon to 10 p.m.