Michael Buble’s beautiful voice and talent as one of the world’s great entertainers has grown substantially in the last decade. Beginning with a passion for singing and interpreting great standards from the American songbook, nurtured by his grandfather, Buble’s unprecedented musical course began with the release of his self-titled Top Ten album and a Canadian Juno for “Best New Artist.” Buble’s sophomore album “This Time”, released in 2005 would be the game changer. Containing his first breakthrough single, “Home”, the CD reached No. 1 in several countries and spent 104 Weeks on Billboard’s Top Jazz charts including 78 weeks in the No. 1 spot. In 2006 Buble’ cleaned up with four Juno Awards and received two Grammy nominations.

For the next two years, the Canadian born singer would circle the globe eight times, visiting and performing in 40 countries.

If the past eight years had been amazing, the success was eclipsed with the release of Buble’s forth CD Crazy Love in 2009 which debuted at No. 2 and once again, jumped to No. 1 the second week in the US as well as Canada and Australia. It would become Michael’s fastest selling album until 2011 when his studio album “Christmas” rose to the top of the charts in over 20 countries and sold over seven million albums earning a Juno for Album of the Year. His success as an international artist who reached unprecedented levels of stardom around the globe continued to ascend to epic proportions.

Buble’ has been on five world tours and his most recent “Two Be Loved” Tour ran for 173 shows, 39 countries and was seen by over two million fans. The tour included an unprecedented 12 sold-out shows at London’s 02 Arena. In 2010, Buble’ headlined the Aviva Stadium in Dublin before l00,000 fans!

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