Mad for concerts
BACK in 2003, Michael Buble was a relative unknown when he played a charity show in Kuala Lumpur. The newly crowned “Prince of Swing” back then played to a select audience, but as one of mainsteam pop’s biggest adult contemporary names now, Buble is set for a bigger reception with his upcoming full concert in KL next year.
Buble’s official website has pencilled down March 13 in Kuala Lumpur as a destination for his Crazy Love world tour. He also has dates in Singapore and Hong Kong next March.
With four studio albums to his credit, the 35-year-old awardwinning Canadian star has an impressive array of hits to unleash on stage. Tunes such as How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, Kissing A Fool, Sway, Feeling Good, Home, Everything right to Cry Me A River, Crazy Love and Hollywood are definitely the ones fans will be swooning over when the dreamboat performer hits town next year.
More details on Buble’s show to be announced soon.
Elsewhere, rock romantics can rejoice with the Deftones slated for a Valentine’s Deftones, the influential American rock band, is set to play Kuala Lumpur on Feb 14 next year. Day massacre of a concert in KL on Feb 14. Diamond Eyes, the sixth album by alt-metal heroes Deftones, is the focus of this tour. Produced by Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Alice In Chains), the album has a similar sound to the Californian act’s earlier work and includes the singles, Rocket Skates, and the title track.
The venue and ticket details for Deftones’ concert in KL will be firmed up early next month.
Michael Buble will be in town for his CrazyLove world tour on March 13.