Canadian crooner Michael Buble will be getting his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year. The singer from Burnaby, B.C., is one of the musicians named Monday by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for the honour. Buble is shown on stage at the Juno Awards in Vancouver, Sunday, March, 25, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck ORG XMIT: CPT156

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Canadian crooner Michael Buble shown on stage at the Juno Awards in Vancouver, Sunday, March, 25, 2018.

Superstar crooner Michael Buble will kick off a cross-Canada tour with a concert in his hometown on April 12 at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena.

The “Don’t Believe the Rumors” tour will hit 11 cities, including Toronto on July 26, and end in Quebec City on August 3.

Grammy award-winning Buble returned to the stage this past August after a lengthy absence, doing shows in Dublin, London and Sydney.

Tickets for the Vancouver show go on sale, starting at 10am, local time, on November 19.

They will range in price from $69 to $189, plus service charges.

Every full priced ticket purchased for the tour will include a standard CD or digital copy of Buble’s highly anticipated new album, love. This is Buble’s 8th major studio album for Reprise Records and will be released on November 16.

Over his career, Buble has sold over 60 million records and sold out five world tours.

“Buble got down to the business of wrapping his golden tonsils around some of the most iconic songs of pop history,” said The Daily Telegraph recently.

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Source:: Vancouver Sun – Entertainment

      

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