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Michael Buble kicks off new tour at Chicago's United Center

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Michael Buble, backed by Naturally 7, entertains on a New York City subway platform last month performing an a capella version of the Smokey Robinson-penned "Who's Lovin' You'.

He's been singing everywhere lately-- on all the latenight and early morning talk shows, and even a New York subway station.

But pop star/crooner/Grammy winner Michael Buble has selected Chicago as the city to kick off his new U.S. tour in support of his just-released CD, "To Be Loved." The album marks Buble's fourth consecutive chart-topper, in a career that boasts sales of more than 45 million albums world-wide.

Tickets for the Chicago show on Sept. 7 at the United Center, 1901 W. Madison, go on sale at 10 a.m. May 17 at all Ticketmaster outlets, the United Center box office and by phone at (800) 745-3000.

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