Trio’s tribute to Buble
Audiences at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre will be saving their last dance for the Shades of Buble performance this Sunday.
The three-man tribute to Michael Buble will use their unique styles to bring the swinging standards and pop hits of Buble to the stage for a high-energy night of entertainment.
Vocalist Adam Rennie said the trio formed in New York five years ago.
“We have all been big fans of Michael Buble’s work and love how much variety he can pack into a show,” Rennie said.
“His catalogue of work becomes a playground for us to sing Frank Sinatra classics as well as classic covers of The Beetles and Elvis.
Rennie said the audience could expect a night of dancing and singing along.
“The three of us love harmonising and we add our own spin on the show with three-part harmonies that provide a throwback to the boy groups of the 50s and 60s,” he said.
“To come and spend a night with Michael Buble’s music is just so much fun, we can guarantee everybody will be out of their chairs dancing and singing along.”
Coming off the back of performing at Perth Fringe, Rennie said the audiences in Australia were unlike anything else.
“Everyone in the audience was so warm and friendly and they weren’t at all shy, which makes performing such a joy,” he said.
“I always say that I will sing wherever there are people that like music and his music is celebrated everywhere, whether you are in New York City or Bunbury, everyone deserves a good night out.”
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