Some musicians need a stylist or makeup artist on call all the time when on the road, but this year Michael Bublé seems like his biggest need in each city is a dentist.
After his microphone did some damage to his teeth during an Australian gig in May, Bublé suffered another tooth mishap prior to a New Hampshire gig last Friday, July 11, at the Verizon Wireless Arena.
The reason? Dislodging a crown while attempting to open a ketchup packet with his teeth.
Local ABC affiliate WMUR reports Bublé needed dental attention prior to the show for the problem and local dentist David Bloom -- who was with a patient at the time -- was contacted the morning of Buble's gig.
"The assistant comes in and says, 'Dr. Bloom, your wife is on the phone,' and I'm thinking, 'Who died? What happened to the dog? What happened to the hour?'" Bloom told the outlet. Bublé's tour manager managed to locate Bloom's home number for Bublé who was staying at a hotel in Manchester.
Bloom's wife recruited Bloom's office team to be at the office for 11:20 in the morning. "Oh, just so personable," Pamela Bloom said. "He was like your brother or your best friend. Just so easy to talk to." She also said Bublé thanked the dentist for his last-minute help by posting for photographs and giving the Blooms front row tickets to the show that night.
During the show Bublé also thanked the couple for their help while relaying what happened to the crowd. "He said, 'This guy right down here took care of me," David Bloom said. "It made for a very interesting Friday. You never know what's going to happen on a daily basis."
Bublé continues his tour on July 25 in Grand Rapids, Michigan before later heading to South America for another leg of touring. From there Bublé heads to Europe before concluding his 2014 touring with a two-night stand at London's O2 Arena Dec. 15-16.
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