Singing heartthrob Michael Bublé will have eight performances across Asia in January and February 2015.
Jazz singing sensation Michael Bublé will return to Asia for an eight-location tour in January 2015, the singer announced on his Facebook page on October 20, 2014. Bublé has not performed in Asia since his sellout ‘Crazy Love Tour’ in 2011.
The tour will include stops in Shanghai (Januray 13), Singapore (January 16), Hong Kong (January 21), Bangkok (January 24), Kuala Lumpur (January 27), Jakarta (January 29), Manila (January 31) and Tokyo (February 6).
The four-time Grammy winner has doled out smashing hits such as Sway and L-O-V-E, and released successful albums, namely, Call Me Irresponsible, Crazy Love and To Be Loved. Known as the modern day King of Swing, Bublé debut in 2003 with a self-titled album, which reached to top ten in Canada, the UK, South Africa and reached the top in Australia.
The album featured a range of standards from various eras including Fever, The Way You Look Tonight, For Once in My Life, Moondance, You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine, as well as How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?, with Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees singing back up vocals.
His 2013 album To Be Loved was preceded by the release of his lead single and original composition It’s a Beautiful Day, followed by Close Your Eyes and After All, which featured Brian Adams, who also performed with Bublé as a UK exclusive and was posted on YouTube.
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