Love is love is love

GA Voice - - Outspoken -


“You know what I’ll be Googling tonight: Bublé, gay, queer, all that stuff,” says Michael Bublé one re­cent af­ter­noon, af­ter be­ing in­formed that said search terms ren­der col­or­ful re­sults.

All you lovers, though, needn’t search be­yond the dreamy crooner’s re­cently re­leased al­bum, “No­body But Me,” and its 10 feel-good tunes, in­clud­ing sev­eral new orig­i­nals and reimag­ined clas­sics gleaned from the Great Amer­i­can Song­book.

Love, nat­u­rally, is fea­tured promi­nently on Bublé’s ninth stu­dio al­bum, as well as in our re­cent chat, dur­ing which the af­fa­ble ally spoke about the “joy” the LGBT com­mu­nity has brought him and the im­por­tance of stand­ing up for queer is­sues. And no, not solely be­cause he’s a staunch LGBT rights ad­vo­cate – when his kids grow up and read this interview, he says it’s im­por­tant to him that they feel “proud.”

How would you de­scribe the af­fec­tion for you from the gay com­mu­nity?

The truth is, I don’t think I could’ve given them as much joy as they’ve given me. I’m in a busi­ness where, as you can imag­ine,

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