Michael Bublé is a Canadian big band singer-songwriter hailing from Burnaby, British Columbia. A swing sensation, Bublé has won several awards - including two Grammy Awards and multiple Juno Awards - for infusing his own fresh, vigour and style on a range of material from the likes of Van Morrison, George Michael and the Bee Gees.
Kicking off his career singing at business parties in 2000 (where he was picked up by an aid of the Canadian Prime Minister at time, and invited to sing at his daughter’s wedding), he soon found himself signed to 143 Records, and his career in music took a meteoric rise to the top.
As his records began to fly out, he quickly became a massive live fixture, and promoters were soon fighting to get him to perform on their stages across the globe. And from his eponymous 2003 album onwards, he was a platinum-selling, chart-topping superstar across the globe.
Buble has now sold over 30 million records worldwide - and isn’t planning on putting his career on hold any time soon. His 2012 album 'Christmas' was a huge success - to the point where fans largely associate him with Christmas now! In 2016, he released his latest album, 'Nobody But Me'.
Following his HUGE performance at BST Hyde Park in July, Michael Bublé will play his only UK arena show of 2018 this autumn in London. He also closes the Allianz Stadium in Sydney, as the venue shuts for three years of work. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Fantastic! Michael Buble has a way of engaging his audience like Elvis did, so you walk away feeling like he is your next friend! Fabulous show! He walked through the ground floor audience! He sang everything! Including a Beatles favourite.
My mom was already in love with him but my daughter fell hard for him that night! Next I will take the whole family! My boys enjoy his music too!
Ive seen Michael Buble a few times now and every time I see him he gets better and better. Not only does his talent for singing improve but also his showmanship and confidence. He is a modern day legend, following in the footsteps of Sinatra, Martin, Bennett and all the rest. He seems totally at ease on the stage and is completely capable of turning out over 2 hours of pure quality entertainment. A highlight for me has to be the cover of Daft Punk's Get Lucky. Superb!
So charming, such stage presence but still so down to earth and funny. I had goosebumps throughout the show, throughout performances of Fever, Feeling Good,Just Haven't Met You Yet, Everything, Loving You, Close Your Eyes, Home, It's A Beautiful Day, Burning Love and A Song For You. He was on stage for nearly two hours of singing and chatting. He made us feel so welcome, his personality shone through and the party atmosphere was electric! Cant wait to see him again!
The lights go down and the king of swing Michael Buble takes to the the stage to send temperature in the venue soaring. A true showman from the off, Michael knows how to give his audience fever, teasing fans with old school favourites.
Slick visuals and some nifty special effects made for an impressive production, but it was Buble who stole the show. With screams to match a One Direction concert, Michael's sold out arena performances after a decade on the circuit, prove he is still one of the biggest artists in the world today.
From glamorised wedding singer to global superstar in my books! I think Michael Buble can now class himself as one of the world's biggest artists after delivering a superb performance at London's O2 Arena.
Ive seen Michael a few times now and whereas before he often sang a lot of covers, today he has enough of his own material to excite fans through the entire gig. The sound was fantastic, as Michael was backed by a huge back band. I hope he returns for another UK residency next year!