Who says nothing good comes out of Vancouver, British Columbia? Well, no one says that, but now no one ever can, thanks to the amazing vocal stylings of Michael Buble. And now you have the chance to see him live in person on his tour in support of his newest album Call Me Irresponsible! But since it’s one of the hottest tours around, tickets won’t last long. Get yours now to see Michael Buble live in concert in 2008!
Before Buble started work on his debut album in 2001, he had a lengthy resume of considerable musical credits. Now that he has established himself as a solo artist in the smooth swing style of Harry Connick, Jr., Buble has earned a huge following and sold an incredible number of tickets to his performances.
Michael Buble's grandfather mentored him during his childhood, and Buble won the Canadian Youth Talent Search as a teen. With such an honor under his belt, it was no surprise that the famous Canadian music producer, David Foster, was brought in to collaborate on Buble's first album, which was released in 2003.
While Michael Buble showed his swing side with covers of such songs as 'Fever,' he also pushed into newer territory with an unexpected version of the Bee Gees' classic 'How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,' on which Barry Gibb sang backing vocals, and a swing version of Queen's 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love.'
Buble's 2004 release, Come Fly with Me, was primarily a live album that showed off his concert skills. A 2005 album, It's Time, includes a jazzy version of the Beatles' 'Can't Buy Me Love,' of all things. Truly a remarkable performer who knows how to put together a live show, Michael Buble's tickets are a hot item, so if you want tickets to see him perform, you need to get on the ball.