If you are a fan of nostalgic, vintage, and romantic crooners from yesteryear, then you are most likely familiar with Rod Stewart. His versions of old classic love songs have to be his greatest work.
Stewart, who is now 76 years old, has been romancing the microphone for decades with songs from nearly every genre, but his renditions of old classic love songs have to be his finest work.
In the meanwhile, despite the fact that Michael Bublé has only been singing professionally for a very short amount of time, he has already earned a reputation for being one of the most romantic crooners of his age.
But when you combine the two of them, you have a formula for charm that cannot be refuted in any way. They may come from various eras and have diverse musical styles, but one thing that they all have in common is the ability to sing in a way that will make your heart shatter.
When the pair first collaborated in 2012 to sing a duet of “Winter Wonderland” in honor of the holiday season, they used the opportunity to playfully interact with the camera and feed off of each other’s positive energy.
The duet was performed at Michael Bublé’s television program “Home for the Holidays,” which was shown on NBC.
It should come as no surprise that their performance was an immediate smash, and that it soon went viral, given the amount of ability and charisma the couple had when together.
The fact that Bublé and Stewart’s cover of the holiday standard has received more than 2.7 million views on YouTube is conclusive evidence that people adored the performance.