We know he can sing, he’s proved that he can at least attempt to dance, and Jack Sparrow proved that he’s got a good sense of humor or at least plays well with those that do – but what does Michael Bolton have to say about travel?
Well I haven’t asked him, so I don’t really know. In fact I probably should ask him, he’d probably have a lot to say on the matter. But in lieu of actually going to the source, I’ve combed through hours of fascinating interviews featuring a broad array of hairstyles and pulled out a few gems from Mr. Bolton that speak to the traveler:
- If you’re not in the right place, there is no right place.
- I have friends who’ve tried to break into the UK, who went back with their tails between their legs. Fortunately I’ve had the opposite experience.
- It’s an important thing to remember where you came from.
- I don’t feel like you’re permitted to cruise and just say, “Okay, I’ll just do whatever I want and put aside the awareness of all the people who want to know what you’re going to do next.”
- I happen to love coming to Dallas…I’m sure I’m going to do something there.
- When I travel, I’m basically listening to AC [Adult Contemporary].
- It begins with a little quest and turns into this giant learning experience.
- It was a day at the beach. “Normandy,” I think they called the beach.
- I’m so overwhelmed with this passion to keep going.
- I think every day I digest a little bit more.