It's hard to talk about love songs without talking about Michael Bublé, who has sold more than 60 million albums globally in that one genre alone. Born Sept. 9, 1975, in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, Bublé developed his passion for music, particularly soul and classic jazz, as a youngster listening to his grandfather's extensive record collection. Bublé's musical gift for igniting that same passion in his audiences became apparent the moment he hit the stage, winning the British for FebruarColumbia Youth Talent Search at 17. His first album then went on to hit the Top 10 on both Canadian and UK charts.
A Performer to Remember
Following the success of Michael Bublé's first album, his appeal spread internationally with the 2005 release of It's Time and the subsequent release of Call Me Irresponsible in 2007, both hitting the top of multiple international charts. In 2009, his album Crazy Love debuted at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 chart. Bublé was nominated for 10 Grammy Awards between 2006 and 2018, four of which he won, each for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. He won it for Call Me Irresponsible in 2008, Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden in 2010, Crazy Love in 2011 and To Be Loved in 2014.
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What can I expect from a Michael Bublé concert?
Michael Bublé lives to inspire, inflaming the hearts of his audience with romance and sentimentality at every performance. Combining his own original jazz and soul-inspired pop with unique renditions of classic tunes, his setlists are eclectic. The latest Bublé tour, An Evening With Michael Bublé, is no exception. Defying pervasive rumors of his retirement following a recent family crisis, Bublé hits the stage with renewed vigor, committed to being a conduit for the love, romance and laughter he says the world sorely needs. Audiences can expect to see him in his trademark blue suit, accompanied by an enormous live band and backup vocalists. It marks the crooner's sixth concert tour and his first in four years. The tour is in support of the 10th Michael Bublé album, Love, released in 2018.
Where can I see Michael Bublé perform live?
For his latest tour, Michael Bublé has more than 100 shows slated through February of 2020 throughout North America, Australia and Europe. Stops along the way include Staples Center in Los Angeles, Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and the O2 Arena in Prague, Czech Republic.
What is the An Evening With Michael Bublé setlist?
The setlist for the current Michael Bublé tour highlights what's often referred to as The Great American Songbook. It features 20 songs and three encores, mostly familiar standards with several almost equally familiar Michael Bublé originals peppered throughout. Attendees will enjoy "Feeling Good," "Haven't Met You Yet," "My Funny Valentine," "I Only Have Eyes for You," "Sway," "Such a Night," "(Up A) Lazy River," "When You're Smiling," "Fly Me to the Moon," "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You," "When I Fall in Love," "Love You Anymore," "Forever Now," "Home," "Buona Sera Signorina," "Just a Gigolo"/"I Ain't Got Nobody," "You Never Can Tell," "Save the Last Dance for Me," "Nobody but Me," "Cry Me A River," "Where or When," "Everything" and "Always on My Mind."
Who are Michael Bublé's influences?
Michael Bublé aptly cites as his influences the likes of fellow romantic crooners Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Ella Fitzgerald. If you listen closely to his live performances, you may even detect their influence.