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Michael Bublé: A Great Career!

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Michael Bublé is a great Canadian pop jazz singer and crooner.  He was born on September 9th, 1975 in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.  It is believed that his passion for jazz was developed by the fact that he used to listen to his father’s jazz records collection.  In fact, his father encouraged him to participate in a Vancouver’s talent contest, in which he won in spite of the fact that he was later disqualified for being underage.  However, he won the Youth Talent Search when he was 17 years old.  Later on, he recorded some independent albums before winning two Genie Awards in 2000.

Brian Mulroney, whose daughter’s wedding was the stage for Bublé’s more formal debut, introduced him to David Foster.  So, in 2003, Michael launched his self-titled album under Foster’s production.  This album was nominated for “Album of the Year” at the 2004 Juno Awards.  In addition, he won “The Best New Talent” category at the same awards.  In 2005, Bublé released his second studio album, which is titled It’s Time, which was an extremely successful production comprising covers of Ray Charles and Beatles’ songs.

Other Bublé’s albums are Babalu (2001), Dream (2002), Let It Snow (EP) (2003), Come Fly with Me (2004) and With Love (EP) (2006).  This year, Michael Bublé received four Juno Awards, made in Nova Scotia, Canada, for the categories of Single of the Year (Home), Artist of the Year, Pop Album of the Year (It’s Time) and Album of the Year (Michael Bublé).  Besides, as it were not enough, Michael was nominated for Juno Fan Choice Awards.  These days, Bublé is being managed by a great manager called Bruce Allen, who is also working with Bryan Adams and Martina McBride.

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