Michael Buble tribute show featuring the old crooner legends
Mikey Powell’s Michael Buble tribute seems to have the knack of reproducing the tight, across the beat style of Buble, given the accuracy and ease of his vocal impression.”
Mark Ritchie – The Stage
A CRITICALLY-ACCLAIMED CROONER TRIBUTE SHOW BY ONE OF THE UK’S LEADING VOCALISTS
Featuring the amazing voices of Michael Buble, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, Matt Monro, and other crooner legends. ITV’s Stars in their Eyes Winner as ’60s legend Scott Walker singing ‘The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore’.
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“Anyone wanting to have the best singer and entertainer at their event must look no further than Mikey Powell. What an amazing night we all had at my wedding in – even guests at the Hotel commented on his singing. One of my guests recorded a song he was singing and played it back – He could not believe how close to the real thing he sounded. An outstanding Michael Buble tribute act and the nicest person we had the pleasure to meet. Everyone was up dancing to his unbelievable talent. We would recommend him without a doubt as one of the best. Thank you Mikey, you are a star x”
Stephanie Ireland, Basingstoke
FROM BIG SHOWSTOPPERS TO SMOOTH SWING, ROMANTIC BALLADS TO DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY – IT’S THE PERFECT SHOW FOR YOUR SPECIAL EVENT.
“Hi, Would just like to thank you for singing at my wedding. Your music and singing were fantastic. Best entertainment, and many of my guests commented how good you were. Once again a massive thank you!”
I’ve haven’t sang for a year, so it’s been hard to pick up the microphone again after so long. It feels weird and I wasn’t sure if my voice was still there, but I wanted to record a new song to commemorate ten years since my mum’s passing. I can’t believe it’s been that long because it still feels raw, as I’m sure it does for anyone else who’s lost someone very special.