By the time David Foster met him in 2000, BublÃ© already knew exactly what he brought to the table â€” a warm, engaging voice and unassailable taste in music.
Michael BublÃ© honed his skills as a showman through years of performing in hotel lounges and smoky bars â€” gigs his grandfather, a plumber, helped the underage singer secure by trading his plumbing services. By the time David Foster, the greatest music producer in the world, according to BublÃ©,Â met him in 2000, BublÃ© already knew exactly what he brought to the table â€” a warm, engaging voice and unassailable taste in music. His debut album was an international smash, going Top Ten in the U.K. and Canada, and earning him his first Juno award for Best New Talent in 2004. The follow-up, It’s Time, sold more than 5.5 million copies, and has remained on the Billboard Traditional Jazz charts for a staggering two years, and in the Number 1 slot for more than 80 weeks, an all-time record.
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Watch Michael Buble in a video as he sings Haven’t Met You Yet.