Michael Buble’s big moment came in 2000, when Brian Mulroney, the former Canadian Prime Minister, requested Michael’s performance at his daughter’s wedding. The exposure was invaluable, and soon Michael Buble found himself with a self-titled debut, produced by David Foster, featuring Michael’s renditions of such standards as “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine” and “The Way You Look Tonight.” The 2003 release hit the Top 50 on the Billboard charts and brought Michael to the attention of the American audience. The following year, Michael Buble took home awards for New Artist of the Year and Album of the Year at the Juno Awards.
It’s Time earned Michael Buble additional Juno Awards in 2006, for Pop Album of the Year and Single of the Year for “Home.” Call Me Irresponsible followed in 2007, and hit the charts at number one in its second week. Partially on the strength of the single “Everything,” the album exceeded five million sales worldwide; the single itself became Buble’s biggest hit, and the follow up singles, “Me and Mrs. Jones” and “Lost” were equally successful.
Crazy Love was released in 2009, and featured the singles “Haven’t Met You Yet,” and “Cry Me A River,” both which charted successfully. Once again, the album was a smash success – it debuted at number one on the jazz charts, and launched Michael Buble’s highly successful Crazy Love Tour. The next few years also saw Michael Buble make appearances on The X Factor, Saturday Night Live, The Colbert Report, and at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
2011 saw the release of Michael Buble’s album, Christmas, which quickly rose to the top of the charts just in time for the holiday season. Buble is currently working on additional material, as he continues to write, record, perform, and tour.
Michael Buble Song List
- “Haven’t Met You Yet”
- “Save The Last Dance For Me”
- “Crazy Love”
- “It’s a Beautiful Day”
- “Close Your Eyes”