Michael Buble

Michael Buble

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.

Michael Buble
March 15, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Michael Buble (pictured) releases his TV special on audio, Rock Hall of Fame announces an impressive lineup, and a Juno power scare in London. Also in the news are Roxodus Music Fest, FACTOR programs, Rolling Stones, Thymeless, Christina Martin, Stephen Stohn,  Grimes, grandson, Taste Of The 6ix, Radio-Canada, Music BC, Soleil Sound, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and farewell Danny Kustow and JoAnn Brooks. Videos provided for your enjoyment.

Tyler Shaw
February 3, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Canadian pop singer-songwriter Tyler Shaw (pictured) goes gold, Bif Naked and K-os join the Canada Winter Games' music lineup, and Michael Bublé returns to NBC. Also in the news are SaskMusic, FAI, Cold Manitoba Project, Koerner Hall, the Breithaupt Brothers, Miranda Mulholland, Music Canada, RecordFund Inc., Grace Lachance, Titans Of Toronto Reggae,and farewell Alex Brown, Harold Bradley, and Ayub Ogada. Videos added for your enjoyment. 

January 4, 2019
by David Farrell

At the top of the new year,

January 1, 2019
by FYI Staff

The headline says it all for the Vancouver father with a voice as smooth as a mink's winter coat.

December 19, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Burton Cummings (pictured) moves to Moose Jaw, Mumford & Sons stay electric, and the Toronto hardcore scene inspires a book. Also in the headlines are Toronto concerts, Mackenzie Porter, top albums, Choir! Choir! Choir!, Foxwarren, Handsome Furs, used digital music, Christmas classics, record collecting, artist development, Matt Ross-Spang, and Michael Buble.

Ensign Broderick
November 26, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Jason Sniderman is reinvented as Ensign Broderick (pictured), Shania hints at a song for Celine and Michael Bublé's new outlook on life. Also in the headlines are Petra Glynt, the El Mocambo, Royal Tusk, A&B Sound, Jeff Goldblum, SonReal, Kirk MacDonald, Eliana Cuevas, K-Tel, clown rock, vinyl, wearable tech, Clean Bandit, Mariah Carey, Aretha, and Alanis Morissette.

David Foster with Michael Bublé  in the studio. Photo: Instagram
November 19, 2018
by Kerry Doole

David Foster reunites with Michael Bublé (pictured) , Jacques Boucher and Valerie Tryon receive the Order of Canada, and U2's tour is a blockbuster. Also making headlines are Block Heater, Canadian Heritage, Scott Cushnie, Letterkenny, Big Sugar, CMA Awards, and John Cosway.  Videos added for your enjoyment.

Rascalz
November 10, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Michael Buble is honoured by the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Rascalz (pictured) celebrate the anniversary of Northern Touch, and Ottawa's After The Storm benefit is a hit. Others in the news include Memorial University, Music PEI, Joe Perry, Shawn Mendes, Clayton Bellamy & The Congregation, Blonde Diamond, Rihanna, ole, SB21, WCMA, Women's Blues Revue, and a farewell to Francis Lai. Videos included for your enjoyment.

November 9, 2018
by FYI Staff

Putting all rumours of retirement to bed, the Canadian superstar has an international tour set for 2019, including nine concerts in his homeland.