Questions and Answers
My brother is a huge music junkie. He spends most of his earned money from his Saturday jobs on concerts- some local tribute acts, others huge performances at famous venues. In fact, he went to see Muse last night.
I love music also, but I've never been to a huge exciting concert- only little jazz ones or classical music.
Michael Bublé is touring next year, and he'll be in London in May.
I'm a 15 year old girl, so I don't have lots of money.
Is it worth the money to see your favourite musicians live? Or are they a let down?
I wouldn't want to just see someone miming for so much money. But I do love his music.
Seriously, Michael Buble is worth every dime you spend on a ticket. I've seen him 3 times in concert and each time was incredibly amazing. He's just a great entertainer. He's funny and personable and just really engages the audience during his performances. I spent $130 a ticket each time I went, but again he's just so worth it. I laughed, I cried, I loved every minute. I even got to touch his hand at the last concert I was at!! :))) Save your money, you won't regret it!
It's on his Come Fly With Me album. I've tried to find Jazz similar to it. All I'm finding is some faster stuff and the slower stuff isn't what I'm looking for. I'd like to know where to look to find more like that. I may be asking for alot, but I'd like it to have the same feeling.
A lot of albums will have both fast and slow songs.
Did you check out all of Buble's stuff?
Have you tried Harry Connick, Jr.?
You would probably really like Natalie Cole's "Unforgettable" Album
Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin have their nice, slow and romantic songs.
"My Funny Valentine" has been covered so much and similar songs would definitely be on the albums above.
If you want to go Brasil, try Bebel Gilberto's "Tempo" CD, mostly very soft, lazidacsical(sp?) and romantic, kick-back and very easy to listen to.
Hi, I'm a 15 year old guy auditioning for my school's talent show (And I have to make it really good because the judges took me in as a late audition)
Also, I'm only singing Michael Buble as my voice sounds similar enough to him.
And I would like to know which song I should use:
– Haven't Met You Yet
– Cry Me A River
I want a song that will get the girls to think: "That guy's cute and awesome" and I want the guys to think "This guy kicks major a**."
Also, I did a cover of Haven't Met You Yet before for a small class talent show once which everybody loved and called me Buble Jr. Lol BTW, that was before I even developed my singing voice properly.
BQ: Does it look foolish singing these types of songs without background dancers? Thanks.
Yuck, Michael Buble… I'm sorry xP sing something power pop, catchy and mawkish but not totally so. The live version of I Want You to Want Me by Cheap Trick, or Ever Fallen In Love by The Buzzcocks.
But from those choices, Haven't Met You Yet. If everyone loves it and you've done it before, then go for it – you'll feel more confident and be more prepared. And no, if you're going to cover that then you should adapt it to be more of your style. Make it all melancholy and shoegazy, or slow and acoustic, or fast and electric. If you do it exactly like the original you'll just be unmemorable unless you're REALLY good.
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