Michael Buble release date moved up

From the press release:

Burbank, CA – Due to unprecedented demand, Reprise Records has sped up the manufacturing of Michael Bublé’s highly anticipated “Crazy Love” CD, (his first in over two years) and it will now be released on Friday, October 9th, four days earlier than previously scheduled, it was announced today by his record label.

Bublé, a multi-Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter has sold over 22 million CDs worldwide which clearly brought the fan demand for his latest release, produced by David Foster, Bob Rock and Humberto Gatica to a dizzying level. The Canadian singer’s previous CD, “Call Me Irresponsible” was a Number One album in 15 countries. His 2005 CD “It’s Time” charted for two solid years. Bublé has also co-written and performed two Number One singles “Everything” and “Home.”

“Haven’t Met You Yet,” a Bublé penned first single from “Crazy Love” has just been released at radio. A video for the single is scheduled to be filmed within the next two weeks. “Crazy Love” includes Bublé’s always unique spin on classics from “Cry Me A River,” to “Georgia On My Mind” along with the Van Morrison classic, “Crazy Love.” Bublé is also expected to make several major TV appearances in conjunction with the CD’s release.

For more information, please go to michaelbuble.com.

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