CCPA presents: An Evening of Michael Bublé Music
October 17, 2018
Chouteau County Performing Arts in partnership with River Market, present a thrilling evening of Michael Bublé songs staring the tribute trio known as Shades of Bublé. The fun begins on Tuesday October 23rd, at 7PM, at the Fort Benton Elementary School auditorium.
Ask three people who Michael Bublé is and you’ll get three different answers. The modern Sinatra who sings and swings on all the standards, the chart-topping pop artist who wrote “Home” and “Haven’t Met You Yet”, the rock-and-roll bad-boy who reinterprets classic Motown and R&B.
Shades of Bublé is a three-man tribute to Michael Bublé bringing his swinging standards and pop hits to the stage in an unforgettable high-energy concert event. Beginning with an amazing sold-out debut at the end of the 2014-2015 concert season, this act, staring Ron DeStefano, Josh Hobbs, and Collin O’Connor, has already begun wowing audiences around the country with exciting harmonies, smooth choreography, and charming good looks,
These three voices sing incredible songs like “Feeling Good,” “Moondance,” “Come Fly With Me,” “Home,” “Everything,” “Fever,” “Save the Last Dance for Me” and many more. Delivering a set-list comprised only of songs recorded or performed live by Michael Bublé, this world-class tribute act honors the sophistication, retro style, and high-energy fun that Bublé himself brings to his concerts while engaging diehard fans with thrilling new three-part vocal arrangements.
Admission is by CCPA season ticket or $15 at the door the night of the show. By request, season tickets will still be sold at this show at the early bird price. Students currently enrolled in school in Chouteau County get free admission. Check out CCPA’s website at http://www.fortbenton.com/arts. For more info please call 750-2918 or 622-5677. CCPA concerts are presented in part by grants from The Montana Cultural Trust, The Montana Arts Council, WESTAF, The National Endowment for the Arts, The Montana Performing Arts Consortium, The Lippard-Clawiter Foundation and the Leroy and Claris Strand Foundation.