From the moment he sings that first note, he commands your attention. Since his noble career beginnings, Michael Bublé has become an international phenomenon with his cinematic covers, dynamic stage presence and instantly-recognizable voice.
However, the Canadian crooner’s influence stretches far beyond his singular renditions of classic tunes – Bublé has heralded a resurgence of a music style that peaked long before he was born. Indeed, Bublé brings something to the table that no other mainstream artist does – a fresh spin on nostalgic classics.
This year, witness Michael Bublé live in concert as he takes his sublime voice and unmatched charisma to venues such as Montreal’s Bell Centre and Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.
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Like all great artist, Michael Bublé career benefits from an idiosyncratic beginning.
During a performance at a business party, a young Bublé was noticed by an aide to former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. Familiar with the PM’s music taste, the aide brought the aspiring artist’s self-financed debut album to Mulroney and his wife, who subsequently invited Bublé to sing at their daughter’s wedding. At the event, Bublé was introduced to David Foster, an award-winning record executive who collaborated with artists such as Madonna, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand, Cher, and Andrea Bocelli. Foster was eventually convinced to sign Bublé to his record label and the rest, as they say, is history.
Since then, the vocalist has conquered the world.
While he was always a staple at jazz festivals, his 2007 album Call Me Irresponsible cemented him as a modern-day Frank Sinatra. The album topped the charts in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Later, his wildly popular Christmas album made him synonymous with the holidays and guaranteed a resurgence in popularity on a yearly basis. In addition to his renditions of iconic standards such as “Feeling Good” and “Save the Last Dance for Me”, Bublé spawned original hits like “Haven’t Met You Yet” and “It’s a Beautiful Day”. Today, Bublé boasts four Grammy Awards, countless Juno Awards, popular televised appearances, and over 75 million records sold worldwide.
Now, Bublé is promoting the release of his tenth studio album, Love. Featuring covers of timeless romantic tunes such as “La Vie en Rose” and “My Funny Valentine”, Love is the singer’s most romantic album to date. The studio effort also represents a homecoming of sorts, as he coaxed the man who started it all – David Foster himself – out of retirement to oversee its production. Love reached the top of the Canadian Albums Chart and the UK Albums Chart, as well as sold over 111,000 in its first week in the United States. To promote Love, Bublé will embark on a tour that will visit Canadian venues such as Vancouver’s Rogers Arena, Edmonton’s Rogers Place, Saskatoon’s SaskTel Centre, Winnipeg’s Bell MTS Place, London’s Budweiser Gardens, Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre, and Quebec City’s Videotron Centre.
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