Born in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada in 1975, Michael Buble developed his love of music from his grandfather, who introduced him to the tunes of the Swing era. Buble is now one of the most popular and respected vocalists in contemporary music, using his smooth voice to emote songs written in various styles and genres.
Swing and Big Band
Buble has been successful covering swing and big band classics such as Peggy Lee's "Fever," Nina Simone's "Feeling Good," Bobby Darin's "Mack the Knife" and Frank Sinatra's "That's Life."
Buble has been called a "throw-back" artist for his revival of such musical standards as "My Funny Valentine," "Call Me Irresponsible" and "Come Fly With Me."
Jazz became a part of Buble's smooth vocals when he took on Billy Paul's "Me and Mrs. Jones" and Mel Torme's "A Foggy Day In London Town."
Buble's repertoire expanded into mainstream traditional pop when he covered songs by such diverse artists as Eric Clapton ("Wonderful Tonight"), Elvis Presley ("Can't Help Falling In Love"), Queen ("Crazy Thing Called Love") and the Beatles ("Can't Buy Me Love").
Buble has recorded original songs that have been successful on contemporary pop radio. His biggest pop hit, "Home," was included on his album "It's Time," released in 2005. His second original hit, "Everything," appeared on his album "Call Me Irresponsible," released in 2007.