Neglecting my commentary on this guy’s musical ability (he mostly does covers it appears), I’ve always felt that his music catered to more of a family friendly audience. He was in Raleigh on Friday.
I found the N&O's commentary of note:
A couple of songs in, Bublé did a comedic monologue that was surprisingly salty, with a couple of F-bombs and flip-offs (although they were so good-natured, it was hard to imagine anybody taking offense). He made the obligatory local references, including Crabtree Valley Mall and Clay Aiken, and he also poked fun at his own non-masculine image.
Read the story here.
“…hard to imagine anyone taking offense).” Yes, it’s hard for me to imagine that Mom and Dad with child in tow would take offense at a few f-bombs and the flip offs. I’m sure when that nice child goes home and starts repeating the good-natured gestures no one would take offense at their school, church, social gathering, etc.
Why not use the f bomb word and quote in the N&O? It was in good nature. Would the local tv news outlet run that good nature spot as well?