Michael Buble was born on September 9, 1975, in Canada. He is a singer, songwriter, and record producer. Buble is mostly famous for such hits as “Spider-Man Theme”, “Everything”, and “Haven’t Met You Yet”. He holds numerous awards including Grammies and Juno Awards.
Michael Buble was born into a poor Canadian family. His father was an Italian fisherman and his grandfather was a plumber, who loved jazz. Michael’s grandfather taught him everything he knew about music and allowed the kid to listen to his jazz records.
Before becoming famous, Mike spent more than 7 years performing at various bars and nightclubs. One day he was noticed by a record producer at a business party where Buble was performing. Michael gave the producer his albums BaBalu and Dreams, which he recorded independently.
In 2000, Michael was invited to sing at a wedding of Bryan Mulroney, a Canadian politician. Mulroney introduced Buble to a legendary producer David Foster. Buble and Foster signed a contract and Michael’s career took off.