‘Bublé’ is back!

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By bardesarts1 at 16:03 on 15/01/14

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A MICHAEL Bublé tribute artist is returning to a bar in Guildford this month (January, 2014) to perform some of the singer's biggest hits.

Albie J Smith will transform into the Canadian singer on-stage at Bar des Arts, which is located opposite the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Millbrook, on Thursday, January 30 from 8pm.

Sara Burks, Co-owner of Bar des Arts, said: "We can't wait to have Albie back at the bar. He is extremely popular with our audiences. His shows are always really entertaining and just as good as having the real Michael Bublé on our stage."

Berkshire-based Albie was inspired from a young age by the likes of Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.

As well as performing a tribute to Michael Bublé, Albie is also a singer-songwriter and has worked with the likes of Ne-Yo and Missy Elliott. He is currently recording his debut solo album of original material, which is planned for release later this year.

Sara added: "It's such a treat to have Albie performing at the bar again. Tickets will cost £10 per person, but people should snap them up quickly as his shows are always extremely popular and sell out fast."
Booking for the night is essential and can be done by calling the bar on 01483 453227.

Bar des Arts is a café by day and cocktail bar by night. A range of wine, beers, cocktails and soft drinks are available to purchase, along with meat or cheese platters. The bar hosts a variety of events and exhibitions, including live music, dance performances, open mic nights and many more.

Albie J will be singing as Michael Bublé at Bar des Arts on Thursday, January 30 from 8pm.

For more information about the event, please call Bar des Arts, which is located opposite the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Millbrook, on 01483 453227.

Date: Thursday, January 30, 2014

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