Classic pop crooner Michael Buble is going on tour during the latter half of 2013. The tour, in promotion of his latest album To Be Loved, will visit 40 cities from September to November. Check out the schedule below for an upcoming concert and then get your Michael Buble tickets.
|Michael Buble||Winnipeg, Canada||MTS Centre||Jun 26, 2014|
|Michael Buble||Toronto, Canada||Air Canada Centre||Jun 28, 2014|
|Michael Buble||Toronto, Canada||Air Canada Centre||Jun 29, 2014|
|Michael Buble||London, Canada||Budweiser Gardens (formerly John Labatt Centre)||Jun 30, 2014|
|Michael Buble||Ottawa, Canada||Canadian Tire Centre (formerly Scotiabank Place)||Jul 02, 2014|
|Michael Buble||Montreal, Canada||Centre Bell||Jul 04, 2014|
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|Michael Buble||Montreal, Canada||Centre Bell||Jul 05, 2014|
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|Michael Buble||New York, NY||Madison Square Garden||Jul 08, 2014|
|Current Tour:||Crazy Love|
|First Album:||First Dance (1995)|
Michael Buble's choice of music that is easy on the ears, his constant touring, and wide appeal to audiences young and old, has made him one of the most popular singers of the past decade. His love for singing was realized early on. Buble's grandfather exposed him to the sounds of singers like Rosemary Clooney, Ella Fitzgerald, Stevie Wonder and Frank Sinatra. While Buble says he likes the music of today, it was the classic standards that helped define his future. After his grandfather played him a song from the jazz band the Mills Brothers, he came to a realization that singing this type of music was what he wanted to do.
Buble's big break came after his music was introduced to former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. Mulroney had received a copy of Buble's demo and absolutely loved his music. Buble was invited to perform at the prime minister's daughter's wedding, where he was introduced to Warner Bros. executive David Foster. Soon after the two met, Buble was signed to a recording contract. In early 2003, his debut album was released, going platinum and reaching the top ten on the album charts in the UK and Canada. The album consisted of covers of popular songs, such as Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and Sinatra's "Come Fly With Me." Buble won big at the 2004 Juno awards, claiming the New Artist of the Year award. He was also nominated for the Album of the Year award.
Since the release of his first album, Buble has come out with multiple hit records that have been met with more critical acclaim. In 2006, his album It's Time, with hit singles like "Home" and "Feeling Good," won Juno Awards for Pop Album of the Year, Album of the Year, Artist of the Year, and Single of the Year. In 2007, he released Call Me Irresponsible, which featured originals like "Everything" and "Lost," as well as a single, "Comin' Home Baby," that was recorded with Boyz II Men. The album won a 2008 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. In 2009 Buble released Crazy Love, whose song "Haven't Met You Yet" was a Top 40 hit in many countries. The album was re-released as a special "Hollywood Edition" EP in October 2010.