Crooning The Night Away With Michael Bublé In Madrid

The Canadian singer and songwriter, Michael Bublé, winner of several Grammy and Juno Awards, is back in Madrid with a concert for his many Spanish and international fans in the capital.

The concert, which is part of his Higher Tour European tour is promoting his latest album, Higher (2022), is being held at the Madrid WiZink Center tonight 30 January.

He plays one night in Madrid then goes on to Barcelona to conclude the Spanish leg of the European tour that takes in some 40 cities in the UK and the Continent.

The Canadian artist is one of the world´s most successful singing artists with a musical career that began in 2003 with his album Michael Bublé.

The debut album of classic crooning songs from the 1940s and 50s including covers of songs like Fever or The Way You Look Tonight, was a global hit and put him on the world stage.

His versions of  For One in My Life and Kissing a Fool, were included on the soundtrack of the film, Down with Love, in 2003.

His 2005 album, It’s Time, cracked the all important US market and it went on to sell 8 million copies.

The album included cover versions of great songs like You Don’t Know Me, Feeling Good and Quando, Quando, Quando in duet with Nelly Furtado, as the original song, Home. 

His musical style, based on pop, incorporates elements of jazz, rock, swing or soul, with a strong emphasis on vocals. Bublé has won four Grammy Awards and several Juno Awards, among many other prizes. Throughout his career, spanning more than 20 years, he has gone on six world tours and sold more than 75 million albums worldwide.

The artist has more than ten studio albums, the most recent being his compilation album, The Essential (2022) and his album, Higher, released in March 2022 and which is now being presented in this tour of concerts.

This latest album includes a ballad with Paul McCartney called My Valentine, produced by McCartney himself; the song, Bring It On Home to Me by Sam Cooke; and a cover version of Crazy in collaboration with Willie Nelson



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