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Michael Buble Goes Hollywood and Sold-Out Tour Continues New Single, New Video, New Tour Dates & New Deluxe CD

"Hollywood" (the Single) - Out September 7th; "Hollywood" (the Video) -- Out Late September; "Crazy Love Hollywood Edition" -- Out October 25th; "Crazy Love Tour" Continues November 23rd in Hershey, Pennsylvania

BURBANK, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 09/07/10 -- The year 2010 continues to be Michael Bublé's golden hour as Reprise Records confirmed the release today (September 7th) of "Hollywood," the Canadian superstar's highly anticipated new single which follows up his previous No. 1 single, "Haven't Met You Yet." "Hollywood" was co-written by Bublé and will have an accompanying video that will be released later this month with Bublé portraying a number of different celebrities. The label will also be releasing the deluxe "Crazy Love Hollywood Edition" on October 25th.

Bublé's sold out "Crazy Love Tour," whose national promoter is Beaver Productions, has added 14 more shows beginning November 23rd in Hershey, Pennsylvania. (Tour dates are listed at end of release) New dates include a return visit to Madison Square Garden in NYC on November 28th and will finish up at LA's Staples Center on December 13th.

The "Crazy Love Tour" has received the best reviews of Bublé's career including the Orange County Register which glowed, "You're witnessing one of the greats... a performer in peak form. Every night, another 15,000 people or so are left convinced that this performance was among the very best and most important he's ever given. Such superstars are rare indeed."

Michael Bublé's current multi-platinum CD will be re-released in a deluxe package, "Michael Bublé -- Crazy Love Hollywood Edition," on October 25th and will contain several new songs including "Hollywood" as well as live show-stopping versions of "Haven't Met You Yet" and the Billy Vera tune, "At This Moment." These select new songs will also be sold as a standalone CD.

In other Michael Bublé news, the artist has teamed up with Beringer Vineyards who will become the official wine of "The Crazy Love Tour." The exclusive partnership will include valuable offers and experiences for Bublé fans at numerous retail, restaurant and concert venues. The collaboration will also include unique online components throughout the duration of the tour.

MICHAEL BUBLÉ CRAZY LOVE TOUR DATES 2010:

11/23/10  Hershey, PA         Giant Center
11/24/10  Philadelphia, PA    Wells Fargo Center
11/26/10  Newark, NJ          Prudential Center
11/27/10  Boston, MA          TD Garden
11/28/10  New York, NY        Madison Square Garden
11/30/10  Washington, DC      Verizon Center
12/1/10   Buffalo, NY         HSBC Arena
12/3/10   Grand Rapids, MI    Van Andel Arena
12/4/10   Chicago, IL         Allstate Arena
12/5/10   Nashville, TN       Bridgestone Arena
12/7/10   Little Rock, AR     Verizon Arena
12/8/10   Oklahoma City, OK   Ford Center
12/11/10  Anaheim, CA         Honda Center
12/13/10  Los Angeles, CA     Staples Center

For more information on Michael Bublé, please log on to www.michaelbuble.com.

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