Michael Buble's beautiful voice and talent as one of the world's great entertainers has grown substantially in the last decade. Beginning with a passion for singing and interpreting great standards from the American songbook, Buble's unprecedented musical course began with the release of his self-titled Top Ten album and a Canadian Juno for "Best New Artist." However, it was Buble's 2005 effort It's Time that proved to be the true game changer. Containing his first breakthrough single, "Home," the release reached No. 1 in several countries and spent 104 Weeks on Billboard's Top Jazz charts including 78 weeks in the No. 1 spot.
Buble's success continued in 2007 with the release of Call Me Irresponsible. The album debuted at No. 2 on the US Billboard Top 200 Charts and quickly took the top spot the following week. It reached No. 1 in seven countries and brought Buble his first Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, selling over five million copies worldwide along the way. Melding the contemporary and the classic in ways only he can, Buble created his most complete studio effort yet here with captivating covers of "I've Got The World On a String" and "Me and Mrs. Jones," to go along with two stirring new originals.