Every Friday night we smooth our way into the weekend with music, the universal language. These selections demonstrate that despite what is being passed off as art today, there is plenty of really good music available. Come along and enjoy.
Here’s a portion of a review about a Michael Buble concert in Birmingham, England last May:
“Quite what elevated the 43-year-old Canadian above thousands of other such singers is a moot point. Perhaps the winning formula lies in songs that pack nostalgic and feelgood appeal, are delivered in honeyed, note-perfect vocals and come with the sort of boyish good looks that lead one woman in the front row to hold up a huge heart sign reading: ‘Hug me.’ Bublé doesn’t oblige, but signs it for her so she can put it down, ‘so the fella behind won’t think you’re an asshole for blocking his view’.”
Just not now.
Almost everything in America is canceled.
Michael Bublé has announced the postponement of 15 arena shows slated for March and into April due to threat of the spreading coronavirus. “I was looking forward to getting back on the road but the safety of my fans and my touring family of course take priority under the current circumstances. We will be coming back soon with new dates and everyone will be safe to enjoy a great night out. Stay well everyone,” Bublé said in a release.
That’s too bad because…
OK, not the same, but this week we’re repeating a Buble blog from October of 2018.