Michael Bublé

Michael Steven Buble, a Canadian actor and singer, was born 9 September 1975 in Burnaby. He has received numerous awards, including a Grammy Award and several Juno Awards. His debut album was a hit in Lebanon, the United Kingdom, and Canada. His 2005 album, It’s Time, was a commercial success worldwide. Call Me Irresponsible, his 2007 album, reached number one on both the Canadian Albums Chart and the U.S. Albums Chart. Billboard 200, the Australian ARIA Albums Chart, and the European charts. His grandfather introduced Michael Buble to swing music through the sound of Ella Fitzgerald and The Mills Brothers. Buble began to listen to the recordings and realized that he was destined to become a singer. This style of music was almost foreign to him. Buble quickly learned many songs with the help of his grandfather and gained exposure through singing in local bands. He won the Canadian Youth Talent Search in his teens, was a part of several independent albums and performed in a musical review called Swing, which traveled all over the U.S. Buble met Grammy-winning producer David Foster at the famous Canadian wedding of Brian Mulroney and Caroline Mulroney. After that meeting, Buble signed his first major recording deal with Reprise Records. They began to work together on a debut album, which would combine Buble’s ability for pop standards with songs that span several decades. The self-titled debut album was released in 2003. It featured jazzy versions of old songs like “Fever” or “The Way You Look Tonight”, as well as more modern classics such as “Moondance” or “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart.” 2004 saw the release of Come Fly with Me, a CD/DVD set. It’s Time reached the top ten in the UK and Canada in 2005. He released the live album Caught In the Act later that year. Michael Buble meets Madison Square Garden won the 2010 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. You can also access user-contributed text under the Creative Commons By–SA License.

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