The Michael Bublé Higher Tour is a concert tour by Canadian singer Michael Bublé, was originally set to begin in North America in 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tour was postponed to 2021 and eventually rescheduled for 2022. The tour featured songs from Bublé’s latest album “Love” as well as some of his classic hits.
Bublé’s Higher Tour promised to be a spectacular show, and it was, with the singer known for his charismatic and engaging stage presence. The tour featured a full band and backup singers, as well as dazzling visual effects and an elaborate stage set-up. Fans were treated to Bublé’s signature mix of pop, jazz, and swing music, as well as his smooth and soulful vocals.
A mix of covers and originals, “Higher” Bublé’s 11th studio album, is another silky-smooth sounding collection of songs from the superstar voice. It’s a voice that makes millions of fans swoon and, as expected, is again flawlessly silky. Opening with the upbeat pop of “I’ll Never Not Love You”, it’s the kind of heart-melting song that most lesser singers can only dream of producing. Elsewhere, “My Valentine”, co-written with Sir Paul McCartney, is a soaring piece of work while Bublé’s own version of “A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square” has all the extravagance of a Broadway show.
Bublé has sold over 60 million records worldwide and has won multiple awards, including four Grammy Awards. His live performances are known for their energy, humour, and emotional resonance, and the Higher Tour was no exception. With the rescheduled dates now in full swing, fans were treated Bublé’s magic on stage once again.
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