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Michael Bublé donates live takings to Nordoff Robbins

By | Published on Friday 19 December 2014

Michael Bublé

Since it’s nearly Christmas, holly jolly Michael Bublé has done a kind thing, and given £125,000 to music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins. The singer donated £1 from each of the 125,000 tickets sold to his sold out 2014 UK tour, which is nice of him.

Speaking in place of the modest Canadian singing star, David Munns, Chairman of Nordoff Robbins, says: “As well as raising awareness about Nordoff Robbins, Michael’s donation will enable us to provide music therapy to thousands of vulnerable and isolated people across the UK for whom music therapy is essential to their daily lives”.

Munns adds: “Thank you so much to Michael. What a lovely surprise to receive this donation just before Christmas, which will allow us to help even more people throughout 2015 and beyond”.