About Michael Buble

Recording artist Michael Buble is a native Canadian born and raised in British Columbia. As a child, he enjoyed listening to old standards and swing music with this grandfather. When he was 15 years old, he took singing lessons, and began performing in nightclubs. However, the road to success was long and difficult for Michael Buble. After ten years of trying to break into the music industry, he considered quitting and looking for a job in media. His big break came when Prime Minister Brian Mulroney was given a copy of Michael’s CD, and he liked it so much that he hired him to sing at his daughter’s wedding. It was there that Michael Buble met music producer David Foster, who eventually agreed to be his mentor. In 2003, with Foster’s help, Michael Buble’s self-titled CD was released, and promptly made it into the top 50 of the Billboard 200 charts. Other awards followed, such as Best New Talent at the Juno’s, and a nomination for Album of the Year. His next CD was a Christmas album entitled “Let it Snow”. His third CD, released in 2007, was “Call me Irresponsible”. It debuted on the charts at No. 3. Over the years, he had some rocky relationships, but some chart-topping songs were born, including “Lost” and “Everything”. He eventually settled down and married actress Luisana Lopilato. Michael Buble pursued other interests too, like buying into the hockey team, the Vancouver Giants. He also participated in a documentary, titled “Music on the Brain”, which investigated the effect music has on humans. If you are a fan of swing, old standards, or jazz, you should check out Michael Buble.