Michael Bublé to create Christmas Magic on 105.4 radio
Canadian crooner Michael Bublé will host a series of festival radios shows on Magic
105.4 from the beginning of December.
For the second year-running the multi-platinum selling artist will present shows on every Saturday of December plus a special show on Christmas Day.
“I actually asked [to return to the show this year] for that, no one asked if I wanted to do it,” Bublé admitted. “I was hoping I could do it again, I enjoy it so much. “
He continued: “I would love to make it annual, you know for me to be part of tradition like that and to be invited into people’s homes during the holiday that means so much, it’s incredible!”
Bublé is planning to answer listeners’ questions submitted via magic.co.uk and will treat audiences “to some of their most-loved Christmas tunes”.
Last year’s show was nominated for a Sony Radio Award 2012.
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