Michael Bublé – “Crazy Love” Tour
Perth - Sandleford Winery, Caversham
Friday, 4th March
- Trang T
It was an amazing summer’s night. I could see the number of boyfriends and husbands that were dragged along to the show. In actual fact, it was hard for these men to hold back the laughter and not to enjoy the concert.
The concert started off with the smashing hit ‘cry me a river’. It definitely got the audience’s hearts thumping and dancing on their feet. As expected, Michael was AMAZING!! He was such a comedian- making insightful comments and impersonations including Michael Jackson and doing the moon walk. I could see and hear the audience cracking up in laughter with tears rolling down from their eyes. Michael was so personable, witty and down to earth, sharing his details of his personal life. It definitely has his own unique way of engaging with the audience. I just felt so much closer to him knowing that he was dedicated enough to his fans to expel such revealing details. I could feel the audiences’ heart drop when he mentioned that he would be getting married soon. His introduction of each band member was insightful while he made jokes of their personality. He had mentioned that one of the players had given up the opportunity to play professional sports just to play the saxophone as a way to get the ladies. Both myself and the rest of the audience found this very amusing.
Who says men can’t multi-task? Michael Buble definitely proves the myth wrong. He was ridiculously good at keeping his composure and melody as he walked through the audience, greeting fans while singing. I would definitely wanna go ‘home’ with a man like that. The fact that he even got off the stage and came down to see his fans shows how fantastic and down to earth he really is. His voice and music from the band were fantastic. Michael sang songs including: ‘Everything’, ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’, ‘Hollywood’, Heartbreak Tonight’ and my all time favourite ‘Feeling Good’. You could definitely see how much the audience enjoyed the show as people sang along to the song and numerous couples slow dancing in pockets throughout the crowd. Finally, Michael finished off the night with ‘Song for You’, ending it with his own voice without the microphone which was a special touch. Overall, it was a fantastic and memorable night. I will be waiting until he returns again. It is hard not to have that ‘crazy love’ for Michael and not want to be his ‘Mrs. Jones’. I already have cold sweats from my withdrawal from Michael. Ladies and gentlemen, yes he is that good and worth every cent!