Category: Michael Bublé

MICHAEL BUBLE, O2 Arena – Evening Standard, 10 Dec 2019

‘Tis the season for Michael Bublé. The Canadian balladeer’s 2011 Christmas album sold 12 million copies and is as vital a part of the season as knowing what time the Queen’s speech is on. So it was the perfect time for him to drop down the O2’s chimney and throw a few snowy songs into his usual array of swinging… Read more →

MICHAEL BUBLÉ interview – Evening Standard, 7 Oct 2016

In a sharp blue suit, impeccably shined shoes, necktie done up to the top button for once, handsome as a shop dummy, Michael Buble looks every inch the new host of the Brit Awards. It was announced today that the Canadian singer, a three-time International Male nominee whose mantelpiece is Brit-free, will be replacing Ant and Dec as the presenter… Read more →

MICHAEL BUBLÉ, Apple Music Festival, Roundhouse – Evening Standard, 29 Sept 2016

After selling over 30 million albums, Michael Bublé seems pretty confident that his audience loves him no matter what. At the Canadian singer’s first concert in nine months he accused his fans of being drunk and said that, “When I think of Britain, I think tramps,” before an unscheduled cover of Charlie Chaplin’s Smile. One fan got the deluxe treatment,… Read more →