The Man, The Myth, The Legend: Michael Bublé


Giselle Enriquez, Editor-In-Chief

I don’t think a lot of people realize this, but Michael Bublé  has more than just a Christmas album. This man illustrates the art of jazz within every stanza, truly portraying his talents. Just recently, I went to a one time movie premiere of his and not only  was I one of the 9 people in there, but I was also the youngest. It didn’t matter much to me, the movie was still everything I hoped it would be. I cried, I sang, and most of all, I felt true peace at heart. The entire movie was him in concert, bringing love back into the world. His hips swayed to the music, and his fans drooled over the extravagant performance that he was giving each and every night.

This man has a capability to soothe your soul with a high note and a little trumpet here and there. His new album, Nobody But Me, is full of love and fervor. The soulful music grazes you to a path unknown, and suddenly you’re in a café in Rome when On an Evening in Roma plays. Before you know it, I Wanna Be Around comes on and your heart rips at the seams as the one you  love is getting their heart torn, like they once did to you.

Now I know that his Christmas album is fantastic, and he is mainly known for the greatness that album speaks. It’s played in every house during Christmas Eve, and everyone gets to sing along to his beautiful versions of Christmas classics. However, there’s so much more with this man. Sway, makes you want to dance in the middle of the night with the love of your life. While It’s A Beautiful Day can be played when you’re finally over that heartbreak and you can scream at the top of your lungs, “I’ve broken my heart so many times, I stopped keeping track!”

Michael Bublés 3-year-old son Noah is currently battling cancer. He one said that he would not hesitate to hold his career for his family, and now he is standing true to his words. Michael has put his career on hold in order to devote his life to his family.

“The world is a scary place. People need a tent in the rain. I’m here to take you away for a few hours, entertain you, allow you to escape, to know there can be hope and that romance is still alive and well.” – Michael Buble’