Michael Buble

Michael Buble

Michael Bublé, Instagram.
October 25, 2022
by David Farrell

Last Saturday evening in Moncton, the singer wound down the Canadian leg of his world tour. To call the show impressive is pure understatement. His attention to detail, glowing rapport with his audience and the message he carries is nothing if not galvanizing. 

June 15, 2022
by Kerry Doole

The Polaris Music Prize (pictured) announces its Long List, Emily Steinwall wins the 2022 SOCAN Songwriting Prize, and Michael Bublé schedules an extensive Canadian tour. Also in the news are the BCCMA Awards, TBS Blues Summit, Gordon Lightfoot, George Fox, Randall Prescott, NXNE, Maple Blues Awards, Bandcamp, Anya Wilson, The Tragically Hip, NMC, Justin Bieber, Aaron Davis, Deadmau5, Avril Lavigne, Patrizia, and Basia Bulat.

Peach Pit
March 6, 2022
by Kerry Doole

Peach Pit (pictured) deliver a new album, Philip Glass has a premiere in Toronto, and Michael Bublé reinforces his Filipino connections. Others in the headlines include Harrison Kennedy, Betty Boo, Toronto venues, Propeller Arcade Bar, Betty Moon, Maylee Todd, the El Mocambo, Nicky 'Dread' Taylor, Daniel Wesley, UMG, Pussy Riot, Bandcamp, Don Letts, and Cary Baker.

Red Hot Chili Peppers
February 7, 2022
by FYI Staff

The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into three categories.

Michael Bublé, Instagram
January 28, 2022
by FYI Staff

The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into three categories.

Michael Buble  Facebook photo
December 23, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Michael Bublé (pictured) treats himself to Timbiebs, Anne Murray steps away from memory lane, and TikTok star Brooklynne Webb is in control. Also in the headlines are the Horseshoe Tavern, Daniel Pelton, KKR, ZZ Top, CD Baby, WMG, reggaeton, Xmas singles, Mark Lanegan, and Pink Floyd.

Haviah Mighty   Facebook photo
December 9, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Drake snubs the Grammys, Haviah Mighty (pictured) boosts Black-owned businesses, and The Tragically Hip pay tribute to Montreal femicide victims. Also in the news are BreakOut West, Michael Bublé, Crown Lands, Dan Mangan, I Mother Earth, Jann Arden, Amber Moyle, cleopatrick, Third Side Music, Jingle Punks, Dale Morningstar, Make Music Matter, The Baby G, and farewell Michael Laucke, John Miles, Robbie Shakespeare, and Greg Tate.

William Prince   Facebook photo
August 6, 2020
by Kerry Doole

William Prince (pictured) has won the 2020 English SOCAN Songwriting Prize, Arcade Fire releases a new video, and the deadline to apply for the CMF Covid-19 Emergency Support Fund has been extended. Others in the news include Bad Child, Michael Bublé, Halifax Jazz Festival, Samantha Wilson, MusicWorks, CIMA, Guess Who, Habari Africa Festival, the Stones, Ghosts of the Royal Alex, Care Not Profits, Inna Modja, Warren P. Sonoda, FabCollab, and farewell Michael P. Smith.

Michael Buble  Facebook photo
June 3, 2020
by Kerry Doole

The Weeknd and Michael Bublé (pictured) dig deep for worthy causes, Howard Shore and Finding The Secret Path score at the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards, and Dan Mangan heads a CIMA webinar. Also in the news are The Polaris Music Prize, Bryce Clifford, Donny Anderson, Ori Dagan, Chad Brownlee, Rush, The Lowest Of The Low, T. Thomason, Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival, Mark Miller, Sonny Greenwich, Melissa Bel, The Music Hall, and farewell Majek Fashek, Bob Kulick, and Jimmy Capps.

Tom Jackson  Facebook photo
April 2, 2020
by FYI Staff

Tom Jackson (pictured) heads a star-studded benefit series, Justin Bieber postpones his 2020 tour, and Drake releases a new track. Also making news are Dan Mangan’s Side Door, CFMAs, Michael Buble, ATMA Classique, TOArtist COVID-19 Response Fund, CIMA, Tiny Kingdom, Music Nova Scotia, BreakOut West Festival, Kate Schutt, Orville Peck, and farewell Adam Schlesinger, Gary Salzman, Bucky Pizzarelli, Ramsey Kearney, and Ellis Marsalis Jr.

L–R: Carl Leighton-Pope (LPO), Bruce Allen (Bruce Allen Talent), Emma Bownes ((02), Michael Bublé, Steve Sayer (the O2), Toby Leighton-Pope (AEG Presents)
December 15, 2019
by External Source

Michael Bublé was recently presented with a symbolic key to the 02 in the British capital in recognition of filling the 20K+ seat arena 21 times.

April 15, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Teenage Head (pictured) keeps rocking, Carly Rae gets destructive, and anti-scalping plans. Also in the headlines: Michael Bublé, Gino Vannelli, Drake, BSS, Nick Mason, iHeartMedia, Robin Thicke, John Fogerty, Bruce Hornsby, neo-soul, BTS, Mac DeMarco, and Milton Berle.