Michael Bublé publishes live album


The soloist Canadian Michael Bublé, repeatedly compared to the great Frank Sinatra, just took a few days ago album that records the show he gave at Madison Square Garden in New York, in December of last year.

The title of the album is named «Michael Bublé knows Madison Square Garden » and, in addition to the aforementioned recital, it includes two unreleased songs, "Stardust" and "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You", which adds to a one hour video duration of his performance in the famous New York stadium.

About the concert, which he himself recognizes as a before and after in his career, Bublé declared: "I remember how terrified I was as I walked down these stairs and said to myself, this is your time, it better be okay.". He also stressed the importance of being "One of those people who are fortunate enough to keep music alive", adding that he has a "personal responsibility" to be authentic, "Modern, royal and fresh".

The winner of a Grammy and several other accolades, was defined as "A 33-year-old Canadian who grew up on his father's fishing boat, who loves to play hockey and, to be honest, I don't think he's very serious."

Source: Yahoo Music

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