Michael Bublé continues to keep Canadian talent in the international spotlight.
A 21st century throwback crooner, Michael Bublé has the kind of voice that makes the girls (theirs moms and grand moms) weak in the knees.
Michael Bublé’s big breakthrough moment came when the former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, invited him to sing at his daughter’s wedding in 2000. Soon thereafter, luminary David Foster produced Bublé’s self-titled debut album Michael Bublé. The album featured a crosscut of decades-spanning standards including “Fever”, “The Way You Look Tonight”, “For Once in My Life”, “Moondance” and “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine”.
Michael Bublé was released in early 2003 and soon the top 50 of the Billboard 200 album charts in the U.S.
In 2004, Michael Bublé won the “New Artist of the Year” award at the Juno Awards and his self-titled album was also up for “Album of the Year”.
Michael Bublé has also found success on the big screen, appearing in a variety of films including Duets with Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis. He also has appeared in, and sang several songs for, Totally Blonde in 2001 and in The Snow Walker in 2003.
Michael Bublé dominated the 2006 Juno Awards in Canada, taking home 4 of the nights biggest awards – “Pop Album of the Year” (It’s Time), “Single of the Year” (“Home”), Album of the Year (It’s Time), and Artist of the Year.
On 2006, Bublé song “Home” received tremendous attention when Bublé Elliot Yamin sang it on American Idol. Bublé sat in as an Idol judge that week, as well.
On April 4, 2007, Bublé appeared again on American Idol, this time as a last minute replacement to Tony Bennett, singing Frank Sinatra’s “Call Me Irresponsible.”
In December 2007, Michael Bublé appeared as a guest on The X Factor, performing his single “Lost,” and mentoring the final 4 contestants for their upcoming performances.