anadian crooner Michael Buble is returning to St. Louis this fall for a tour stop promoting his latest album.
The Grammywinning singer and full orchestra band played his arena in the Gateway City at the the beginning of his stardom in the early 2000s and has returned several times during his US tours. He returns once again to Enterprise Center for a performance Friday Sept. 9. Bubles new album Higher released last month and features new music as well as new renditions of standards. He even takes a chance at country music with his take on Patsy Clines Crazy in a duet with the memorable songs writer Willie Nelson. Buble also channels his inner soul with a cover of Sam Cookes Bring It On Home To Me.
Other popular songs from Buble over the last couple of decades include Havent Met You Yet Feelin Good Home and the alltime classic Dream A Little Dream Of Me. for the St. Louis show go on sale next week Friday May 6 at 10 a.m. Prices range from $65 to $145. Dominic Genetti was born and raised in St. Louis and has been in the media industry since 2003. He holds a bachelors degree in journalism from Northwest Missouri State University and has covered a variety of subjects including hard news courts enterprise features and sports. From 2011 to 2013 Genetti wrote a syndicated baseball column that published daily throughout the country. He was also awarded the Community Service award from the Missouri Press Association for his efforts to bring light to a historic cemetery in disrepair in Hannibal Missouri. Multimedia coverage is also part of Genettis repertoire. In 2011 he was named the GateHouse Media Videographer of the Year. Genetti has worked for newspapers in Missouri Iowa Texas and Illinois