Michael Buble  His eponymous debut reflects a style influenced by great vocalists such as Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, yet reveals a refreshingly distinct voice. Soon after its release, the album goes platinum, hitting the Top 10 in the British and Canadian charts. In Australia, it reaches No 1. Hits include his cover of George Michael's Kissing a Fool and How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, which both reach the Top 30 of the US Billboard charts. In the US, Michael Buble makes the Top 50 of the Billboard album charts. At the age of 25, Buble has become a star by reviving a style of music that is unfamiliar to his generation. Come Fly With Me  After the success of his debut, the singer-songwriter goes on an international tour and does numerous promotional appearances and press interviews. Come Fly With Me, a CD/DVD package featuring a series of live performances, is a well-received follow-up. With footage from live concerts, and behind-the-scenes interviews, the DVD is an insightful glimpse into Buble's rising stardom. Come Fly With Me reaches No 41 in the Philippines and nudges the Top 40 in Australia. It's Time  Buble's massively successful second studio album launches him into the mainstream, reaching No 7 on the Billboard 200 and No4 on the British album charts. A rarity in a musical world dominated by hip hop and pop, Buble's flair for classic pop vocals establishes him as more than a passing celebrity. It's Time features the Beatles' Can't Buy Me Love, award-winning single Home, and a smoky version of Leon Russell's Song for You. Buble's popularity grows as worldwide album sales reach 10 million. He also sweeps the boards at the 2006 JUNO music awards in Canada. Caught in the Act  Another live CD/DVD package, Caught in the Act features on PBS' Great Performances programme. Buble performs at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, backed by a big band and a string section. Included are classic tracks such as Summer Wind, The More I See You, hit single Home, and some bonus backstage material.