Michael Bolton's cinematic love letter to Detroit will be rolling out next month.
"Michael Bolton American Dream: Detroit," the singer's documentary about the city's renaissance after emerging from its 2013 bankruptcy, will screen in more than 450 movie theaters at 7 p.m. local time on May 15. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 13, at FathomEvents.com; Bolton fan club members can start purchasing tickets on Wednesday, April 11, by registering at MichaelBolton.com.
Bolton has been working on the project with his Passion Films for more three years, making frequent visits to Detroit during that time. It features interviews with Aretha Frankin, Smokey Robinson, Alice Cooper, Dan Gilbert, Francis Ford Coppola, Jerry Bruckheimer and others.
The film will also include a performance by Bolton and "Friends" from a concert in Los Angeles.