Michael Bublé At The Concert Hall on Bravo!

Multi Grammy® award-winning artist Michael Bublé is starting the New Year on a high note. Boosted by recent appearances on high-profile shows as part of his promotional tour in support of Crazy Love (which has sold more than five million copies and hit #1 around the world including Canada, the U.S., and the U.K.), the Canadian entertainer’s next appearance is on Bravo!’s AT THE CONCERT HALL series. Taped in-front of a live studio audience, MICHAEL BUBLÉ AT THE CONCERT HALL premieres Tuesday, January 19 at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT exclusively on Bravo!. An encore presentation airs Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. ET. The intimate performance special airs just days before the Canadian superstar attends the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards for his Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album nomination for Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden. In addition, Bublé takes the reins and hosts the night’s program, marking the first time the series is hosted by the performing artist.

Michael Bublé performs AT THE CONCERT HALL

Bublé said about his experience AT THE CONCERT HALL: “It was a complete joy from start to finish. I was thrilled to share my new album and I loved having the chance to interact with the audience. It was a wonderful moment for a proud Canadian kid.”

Before Bublé kicks off his worldwide tour in support of Crazy Love, Canadian viewers get the best seat in the house when he performs AT THE CONCERT HALL. Bublé thrills the audience with brand new tracks from his latest album, which reached platinum status on the Canadian and U.S. Billboard Chart and triple platinum on the UK and Australia album charts. His set-list includes “All of Me,“ “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You),” Dean Martin’s “You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You,” and the classic “Georgia On My Mind.” He also delivers classic renditions of his critically-acclaimed hits “Home,” “Everything,” “Haven’t Met You Yet,” and “Save the Last Dance For Me.”

Between sets, Bublé’s interaction with the audience is unparalleled. His comedic side shines as he treats the crowd with his witty humour and anecdotes about life, love, Sinatra knock-offs, and a certain desired “super power.”

Taped at one of Canada’s best live music venues, the legendary Masonic Temple Concert Hall has housed historic performances by International and local gems including The Rolling Stones, The Supremes, The Who, Bob Dylan, James Brown, The Grateful Dead, The Cure, Duran Duran, The Tragically Hip, and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Recent acts to grace the stage include City and Colour, Divine Brown, Molly Johnson, Patrick Watson, Jann Arden, U2 with Elvis Costello, and a tribute to Motown featuring Colin James, Suzie McNeil, Justin Nozuka, and Justin Hines.

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