Michael Bublé brought a taste of the big band era to the set of “The Voice” on Dec. 11. The four-time Grammy winner made an appearance on the popular NBC talent competition's semi-final elimination round on Tuesday and performed his cover of the Rogers and Hammerstein standard “Where or When” from his chart-topping studio album Love, which dropped Nov. 16 via Reprise.
The charismatic Canadian crooner posted a clip of the performance on Dec. 11 via Facebook as he busily continues to make media appearances to promote his 10th studio album. The “Haven't Met You Yet” hitmaker has previously appeared as an adviser back in 2012 on the U.S. version of “The Voice” and also performed on the U.K. version of the show in 2013.
Fans give the international superstar a huge round of applause as the string section of his orchestra performs the opening refrain from “Where or When.” Bublé's smooth vocal style captivates as launches into the first verse, singing, “It seems we stood and talked like this before/We looked at each other in the same way then.”
The multi-platinum seller's album Love topped the charts in the U.K., as well as Canada and debuted at No. 2 in the U.S. on the Billboard 200. Bublé's 2011 holiday season favorite Christmas also returned to the Billboard 200 top five this week and currently sits at No. 1 on Billboard's Holiday Album charts.
Love features 11 tracks and is available here in CD, digital, vinyl and streaming formats. Fans can check out his performance on “The Voice” above.
The multi-Juno winner will hit the road in 2019, starting with a North American tour leg, which will launch on Feb. 13 in Tampa, FL, at Amalie Arena and wrap up in his home country on Aug. 3 in Quebec, QC, at City Centre Videotron. Grab your Michael Bublé tickets, not at AXS. For all the latest details on Michael Bublé, click here.