Things couldn't get any hotter this summer for Canadian singing star Michael Bublé as "Everything," the first single from his CD "CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE," recently reached the No. 1 spot on Billboard's A/C charts. "Everything," written by Bublé, boasts the fastest trip to No. 1 in three years on the A/C chart and follows his previous No. 1 hit single "Home" also written by the 31-year old Vancouver native.
On the concert front, Bublé's 18-city sold out summer concert tour, which began in Reno, Nevada July 13th, and includes a three night run at NY's Radio City is already receiving sizzling reviews. "For everyone in attendance it would have been hard not to spend the night falling in love with Bublé's style and music. He truly enchanted the crowd," raved the Reno Gazette-Journal. "With his chill-inducing vocals and deft sense of humor, Michael Bublé proved to the audience that he could very well be pop's next superstar," said Ticketmaster's Live Daily in a review of his Phoenix show.
Bublé who recently performed on the "Today Show" and "Oprah Winfrey" was a guest on "The Regis and Kelly Show" on July 30th.
The CD "Call Me Irresponsible," Bublé's "remark on the different states of love," entered the Billboard Pop Chart at No. 2 and jumped to No. 1 the following week. It has remained in the top 30 on the pop charts since its release. It has also been No. 1 on Billboard's Traditional Jazz charts for the last l0 weeks. "Michael Buble's third studio album is the Big One," raved Stephen Holden in a NY Times review. Produced by David Foster and Humberto Gattica, the CD includes unique Bublé interpretations of "Me and Mrs. Jones," "I've Got the World On A String" and the Leonard Cohen hit "I'm Your Man" amongst other great standards as well as another Bublé written song called "Lost."
Bublé burst onto the music scene in 2003. His follow-up album "It's Time" has sold close to six million copies worldwide and remained on the Billboard Traditional Jazz Charts for two years and in the No. 1 position for over 80 weeks -- holding an all-time record. The artist's collective sales of his CDs and DVDs -- in the U.S. alone -- have passed the seven million mark.
Below are his current U.S. Tour Dates:
8/1 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
8/2 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
8/4 Boston, MA Wang Theatre
8/5 Boston, MA Wang Theatre
8/7 Philadelphia, PA Mann Center
8/8 Philadelphia, PA Mann Center
8/10 Pittsburgh, PA Petersen Events Center
8/11 Fairfax, VA Patriot
8/13 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
8/14 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
8/21 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre
8/22 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre
8/23 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre
8/25 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
8/27 Portland, OR Theatre of the Clouds
8/28 Seattle, WA McCaw Hall
8/29 Seattle, WA McCaw Hall