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Michael Steven Bubl (born 9 September 1975 in Burnaby, British Columbia) is a Canadian singer and actor who took Italian citizenship in 2005. Check our available Michael Buble concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Michael Bublé operates within an alternate reality to most jazz or traditional pop vocalists, a world where sales aren't measured in hundreds or thousands but in multiples of platinum. To a significant degree, that vast audience defines his music. The expectation from several million fans is that each new album will deliver a couple high-octane tracks ideal for MOR radio play...
Men at Work, Ex-East 17 singer Brian Harvey and A Flock of Seagulls: three of a tiny handful of acts technically active in 2011 not releasing a Christmas album this year. For the indie kids there's , or Smith & Burrows' Funny Looking Angels record; for the tweenies, Justin Bieber; for those whose mistletoe-and-wine musical preferences are softer-of-centre than a gooey Quality Street, has a festive disc on the shelves. But for the mums basting the turkey and supping the bucks fizz...
So what if Michael Buble is still--what?--8 years old, maybe? The kid proved two years ago with the release of his self-titled debut that he's got the vocal chops to knock the snot out of just about every powder-blue-tuxedoed lounge singer in Las Vegas. Likewise, this full-length follow-up should be a knockout punch to all the other young contenders who aspire to Frank Sinatra's throne. That's not to say that Buble is Blue Eyes-worthy on everything here...
Due, no doubt, to the success of his adult-contemporary smash "Home," the neo-Rat Pack crooner makes a few too many soft-rock concessions on his new studio disc. Crazy Love. Covering the Eagles, as Bublé does with a hokey version of "Heartache Tonight," seems way beneath a singer with his level of style...
Michael Bublé is the class clown of traditional pop. Like his idol Bobby Darin, he brings a cheeky rock & roll attitude to popular standards, which he swings harder than Darin and with the same wholehearted exuberance as Tony Bennett, who has anointed him an heir apparent. There's a fine line between suave and unaffected, creamy and oily, and Bublé stays on the honest side of it...
Michael Bublé's decision to enter the studio with his band alongside him, a format tried and tested by his idols Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, has paid off handsomely. Each song on this flamboyant new CD thrills the ear as though it were a live performance. Bublé lays down his cards from the word go with a highly theatrical interpretation of the torch song Cry Me a River - far removed from Julie London's sultry rendition which she recorded many moons ago...
It's now official: Michael Buble is the self-crowned king of retro swing. As evident throughout this brief CD, recorded live in L.A. and covering just eight tunes in a scant 31 minutes, and the accompanying DVD that captures significantly more of the same evening, Buble has found the pot of gold at the end of his Sinatra-wannabe rainbow. He records for Reprise, the label Frank founded. He covers Sinatra tunes (here, a sparkling "Summer Wind")...
Navigating one of the sharpest ascents since Sinatra wowed the bobbysoxers, Vancouver crooner Michael Bublé's blend of simmering charm and pop perspicuity often appears manufactured with assembly-line precision. Still, there's no denying the guy's got his finger on the populist pulse...
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