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Juno contender Michael Buble, the artisan who is the talk of the country

Radio stations across Canada are raving about Michael Buble, a popular crooner with the ladies, stole the top six nominations for the most prominent musical celebration in Canada. Today, across Ontario and much of Canada, this news is the talk on many early morning radio shows, and as usual, the ladies are all dreaming about him, while the men...well let’s just say he is not as popular with them.

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Michael’s recent album, Crazy Love, has gained international fame and placed Michael in the running for best album, best artist, best pop album, Juno fan choice, and for best single “Haven’t Met You Yet”. The June fan choice award is voted for by the public and always everyone who loves his music to nominate him as the best.  Other artists nominated.

This year’s Juno Awards and Gala will take place in St. John’s, Newfoundland this spring.

Michael Steven Buble was born in Burnaby, British Columbia on September 9, 1975 and came to be known for his singing talent at the age of fifteen when singing “White Christmas”. After that Michael attending singing class and began singing in various nightclubs at the age of sixteen.

In his late teens he won his first competition “the Canadian Youth Talent Search” but after several attempts to sign he decided to give up his dream of becoming a singer in 2000 and opted to return to his career as a journalist in B. C., but before this could happened he was signed to a major label after singing at a friend’s wedding and being introduced to Producer David Foster.

In 2003, Michael release his first album “Michael Buble”, which reached the top 50 of the Hottest 200, and the rest as they say “is history” with many new releases that have skyrocketed him to fame and fortune.  Check out Michael Buble's profile today!


  • Charlene Collins ~ Atlanta Family Health Examiner 5 years ago

    Great article here.

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