With a pocket full of big songs from his current album, “Crazy Love,” British Columbia crooner plays his biggest Seattle concert to date Saturday (April 3) at KeyArena.
Buble’s natural charm and easy-going relationship with his fans (mostly female) makes for some comical clowning at live shows. But reports of his latest tour suggest he’s become a little more serious about delivering the musical goods.
More than half the songs featured in his current show are from “Crazy Love,” among them “Cry Me a River,” “Heartache Tonight,” “Stardust,” “All I Do Is Dream of You” and the original “Haven’t Met You Yet.”
Among the treats in this show is a version of Leon Russell’s “Song for You” that Buble could have written himself about his fans.
Watch videos (including his appearance on “Oprah” last fall), listen to music, check tour dates, read his biography and check the latest news about Buble on his Web site.
Read my interview with Buble several years ago.
For tickets to the Seattle show, click on this link.
Watch an oldie but goodie, Buble’s video of “Sway”: