Michael Bublé Biography
The Jazz-Pop singer + composer Michael Bublé was born on September 9, 1975, in Burnaby, British Columbia CANADA, growing up listening to his grandfather's collection of Jazz-Swing records.
By the age 17, although he liked Rock & Roll and modern music, garnered first prize at the Canadian Youth Talent Search and then recorded a couple of independent Jazz album.
In the spring of 2001 Bublé was signed to 143 Records who released
his self-titled debut album in early 2003, the record climbend into the top 10 in U.K.
and Canada and hit #1 in Australia. In U.S. the disc reached #47 on The Billboard 200, it featured jazzy reworkings of old Pop standards like "How
Can You Mend A Broken Heart" and "Kissing A Fool", both
the tracks received airplay on adult contemporary radio stations while the album went on to sell more than 3 million units worldwide.
That same year, in September, DRG Records released "Totally Bublé", a soundtrack from the 2001 film "Totally Blonde" in which the artist had a co-starring role as a nightclub singer.
In the spring of 2004 appeared a live CD-DVD set titled "Come Fly With Me" which rose to #55 on The Billboard Top 200 Albums list; a few months later Bublé released, as a non-album-single, a swing version of the "Spider-Man Theme", the Junkie-Xl-remix of the song peaked at #6 in Canada and also became popular on the European and Autralian charts.
His next album, "It's Time", came out in February 2005 becoming a top 3 smash in almost every country around the world. In the States it peaked at #7 on The Billboard 200 earning a triple-platinum certification and the main single, "Home", hit #1 on The Adult Contemporary chart.
May 2007 saw the release of "Call Me Irresponsible", another commercially successful album which topped the chart in Canada, Austrlalia, U.S. and several European territory. Additionally, the disc was awarded a Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.
Michael Bublé returned in October 2009 with his sixth studio album overall, "Crazy Love", it debuted at #1 in Canada, Austrlalia, Great Britain and U.S. where the lead single, "Haven't Met You Yet", not only peaked at #24 on The Billboard Hot 100 but also went to the top spot on The Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks.
Two years later followed the artist's first holiday album, "Christmas", an extremely successful release which sold a mammoth 10 million copies worldwide.
Michael Bublé's highly anticipated new studio album, "To Be Loved", is scheduled to be released in April 2013. It includes the hit single "It's A Beautiful Day".