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Michael Buble Bids Farewell To The Music Industry

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The music industry is filled with highs and lows. Many music acts go on for decades while others bow out a few years into their career. One beloved singer has chosen to leave it all behind for the right reason.

A Life-changing Moment

Since his 2003 self-titled major label debut, Michael Buble has been one of Canada’s biggest stars. With countless tours around the world, he’s earned respect from his fans and peers. Now, he’s saying goodbye to it all because of his son Noah. In 2016, Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer, and it changed Buble’s views on everything.

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“But my whole being’s changed. My perception of life. I don’t know if I can even get through this conversation without crying. And I’ve never lost control of my emotions in public,” he told Daily Mail.

So Long, Everyone

Towards the end of the interview, Buble revealed plans to quit the music industry. “I’m retiring from the business. I’ve made the perfect record and now I can leave at the very top,” he said.

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His upcoming studio album Love was inspired by the whole situation. “I have had so many blessings in life and one of them is that I hold the torch to keep these songs alive for generations to come. I take the responsibility very seriously,” he told Smooth Radio. Love is the follow up to his 2016 studio album Nobody but Me, which debuted at number two in the U.S.

A Future Comeback?

With his retirement from the industry, fans won’t have the chance to hear the new material live. Music fans know how much the term “retirement” means almost nothing today. Acts such as Tina Turner and Lauryn Hill saw themselves heading back to the stage after years away.

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Many acts have come out of retirement stronger than ever. Fans are hoping the same happens for Buble.

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