Bublé tribute was spot on night out

By Ian Dipple 15/12 Updated: 05/01 16:36

Michael Bublé Tribute Night

Thursday, December 8

Studley Castle

IT MAY not have been the real thing but it mattered little to anyone there as a magical evening was had by all which started the festive season with a bang.

From the moment Jason Allen Sway entered to the tones of Cry Me a River, it was as if Michael Bublé himself had stepped into the room. Not only was the voice spot-on but the attention to detail was impeccable right down to the suit, tie and mannerisms.

And from the reaction of the audience it may as well have been the international singing star as he made his way around the tables interacting with diners and enjoying a bit of flirting with a lady or two as he belted out a selection of hits including Home,

Haven’t Met You Yet and Everything as well as other classics such as Me and Mrs Jones and some Christmas favourites accompanied by some falling snow inside the castle!

It topped off a night to remember which started with a delicious three course meal and included a spectacular fireworks display in-between the entertainment.

The only way this could have been better is if it had actually been Michael Bublé.

For those who missed it Jason returns to Studley Castle on Saturday, February 11, 2012 to perform as part of a special tribute night for Valentine’s Day and as it’s a leap year, there’s a special offer for ladies daring to pop the question.

Visit www.bw-studleycastle.co.uk for more information.

Ian Dipple

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