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The Canadian singer’s, Michael Buble (pronounced “boo-blay”), jazzy, soothing voice captivates a myriad of listening ears all over the world. His delicate charm and intriguing personality also added to the popularity of his music. At concerts he would make the crowd laugh just as much as the music made them smile. They would catch onto jokes just as much as they would sing along to his music.

Buble’s interest in music began at age five when he would pray that his wish would come true – to be a jazz singer one day. During his thirteenth Christmas was when his parents first noticed his powerful singing abilities when he sang a little holiday tune. At the age of sixteen Buble began to sing in nightclubs which was where he experienced his first public appearance. Later in 2000, Buble participated some in acting with Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis.

Buble’s true music career began in 2000 when he hit his breakthrough which was intensely helped by producer David Foster. Michael Buble, his first debut album, was released in February of 2003. With songs such as “Moondance,” “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” “Fever” and many other captivating songs were in included on his first album. Two years later Buble’s second album, It’s Time, was released. “Feeling Good,” “Save the Last Dance for Me,” and other popular hits were immediately popular. “Home,” an all time Buble favorite, was the greatest hit from the album.

His third album, Call Me Irresponsible was released in 2007 which sold nearly two million copies. Being the best selling album in 2007, “Everything” was one of Buble’s biggest hits in the history of his music career. “Me and Mrs. Jones” and “Lost” were songs that people would sing along to while sitting in their car or would hum to while at the office. His most recent album, Crazy Love, was released in 2009 with hits such as “Haven’t Met You Yet,” “Cry Me a River,” and “Hold On.”


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