NEW MUSIC: MICHAEL BUBLÉ | MY VALENTINE
Multi-Grammy-winning superstar Michael Bublé will be releasing "HIGHER," his 11th studio album on Warner Records / Reprise Records on March 25th. In preparation for Valentine's Day, Bublé has released another track, a heartfelt version of Sir Paul McCartney's penned song "My Valentine" produced by McCartney. Bublé's recently previewed the first single, "I'll Never Not Love You," finds the multi-Grammy, multi-Juno and multi-platinum selling global superstar entertainer at the peak of his vocal and creative powers. Greg Wells and Bob Rock produce the new album along with Alan Chang, Jason 'Spicy G' Goldman and Sir Paul McCartney, "HIGHER" is Bublé's first studio album in three years and follows his hugely successful sold-out two-year global "An Evening With Michael Bublé Tour" as well as the 10th year of the massive success of his classic Christmas album. Standouts on the new album include a magical duet with Willie Nelson of his song "Crazy," a Bublé heartfelt version of Sir Paul McCartney's penned song "My Valentine" (produced by McCartney), the Bob Dylan classic "Make You Feel My Love." Bublé wrote three originals, including the new single "I'll Never Not Love You." Other highlights are Bublé's take on Sam Cooke's classic "Bring It On Home To Me," "You're The First, The Last, My Everything," and the joyous "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square." The album closes with a dramatic and breathtaking version of "Smile" accompanied by a gospel choir.