Michael Bublé Played 23-Song Set on His Birthday in 2014

Everyone's favorite Canadian crooner Michael Bublé turns 45 today, September 9th! Bublé is known for his a jazzy and traditional pop takes on classical standards and current hits. To celebrate his talent on his special day, we're taking it back to his birthday in 2014, when he performed at Movistar Arena in Santiago Chile on his To Be Loved Tour.
The tour was in support of his eighth studio album (To Be Loved), which was released in 2013. The concert featured a whopping 23-song setlist, full of his best standards, covers and five original songs.
He kicked the night off with Eddie Cooley's "Fever." The five original songs he performed were "Home," "Haven't Met You Yet," "Everything," "Close Your Eyes," and "It's a Beautiful Day." "Home" is Bublé's most performed song to date, with over 350 plays so far!
The setlist included three songs off of To Be Loved, including "You Make Me Feel So Young" and "Who's Lovin' You." He also worked in some of his most beloved numbers like "Feeling Good," "Cry Me a River" and set ender "A Song For You."
Check out the entire setlist here:
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Watch him perform Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" at the concert 6 years ago!

Happy Birthday Michael!

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Last updated: 19 Sep 2020, 21:51 Etc/UTC