Michael Bublé is consistent. This man could sing while juggling and playing hop scotch. In this video of him singing ‘Home’, you can feel his ease and his natural ability to connect with his audience. He draws you in, with home-style comfort, as if in his living room.
His television specials are solid. He always has an interesting guest artist; someone interesting and different from himself. He makes eye-contact with an audience member, smiles, yet never loses his way in the lyric or emotion of the song.
There are just a handful of singers as pure as this, when you are in their presence. It makes you feel a part of the show, and you can’t wait to see them again… like visiting a friend.
When I worked with Bobby Vinton he had loyal fans who followed him everywhere! I never knew how anyone could afford to do that! They attended shows in Atlantic City, Las Vegas, New York, and had expensive front row seats, to boot! I would bet anything that Bublé has these kind of loyal fans too. Only a warm and sincere performer has that kind of attraction. People know when you are not comfortable up there, and it is contagious.
If you get a chance to see him, get there! It’s a feel-good show, and he is never out of sorts. I have seen just a few of performers with this type of mindset, disposition, and entertainment value. Natalie Cole is one, Sammy Davis Jr. was another.
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