Great Performances "Michael Bublé: Tour Stop 148"

(Rochester, NY) – Great Performances – Michael Bublé: Tour Stop 148, airing Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 8 p.m. on WXXI-TV, presents a front row seat and exclusive backstage pass to superstar singer Michael Bublé’s visually thrilling and musically triumphant “To Be Loved Tour,” which was seen worldwide by two million fans in 2015 over the course of an epic schedule of 172 concert dates. The richly atmospheric concert film spotlights Bublé’s charismatic gifts as an entertainer and showcases live performances of the GRAMMY®-winning singer-songwriter’s biggest hits, including “Haven’t Met You Yet,” “Cry Me A River,” “Fever,” “Feelin’ Good,” “Home” and “Smile.” Additional performance sequences are intercut with exclusive cinéma vérité-style footage showing what it took for Team Bublé to travel this movable musical feast from arena to arena over the course of a two-year span.

This is multi-platinum-selling artist Michael Bublé’s third concert special for Great Performances, which presented his first solo television special, Caught in the Act, in December 2005, followed by Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden in 2010.  Bublé has also been featured as a guest star on other Great Performances programs including Hitman: David Foster & Friends, Rod Stewart: Merry Christmas, Baby and Great Performances 40th Anniversary Celebration.

Pictured: Michael Bublé
Credit: Courtesy of Evaan Kheraj

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