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Michael Bublé

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Jazz

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British Columbia, Canada

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With his supple vocal chops and nonchalant charisma, Michael Bublé became the preeminent neo-crooner of his generation. Influenced by classic singers such as Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett as well as more modern artists (most notably Harry Connick, Jr.), the Canadian-born Bublé emerged in the early 2000s, believably selling old-school jazz standards and adult contemporary pop songs alike. With his third album and major-label debut, 2003's Michael Bublé, he topped the charts in Canada and won New Artist of the Year at the Juno Awards. His follow-up releases fared even better, with 2005's It's Time and 2007's Call Me Irresponsible both cracking the Top Ten on the Billboard 200. The latter also won the Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album and spawned the number one adult contemporary hit "Home," which also marked the singer's move into recording more original songs. More Grammy wins followed for 2009's Crazy Love, 2009's Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden, and 2013's To Be Loved, all of which featured Bublé's distinctive mix of standards and warmly delivered contemporary pop songs.
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Album: Totally Buble
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