Canadian singer-songwriter Michael Bublé is dominating the U.S. charts with his album “Crazy Love,” and now he has plans to take that madness on...

Canadian singer-songwriter Michael Bublé is dominating the U.S. charts with his album “Crazy Love,” and now he has plans to take that madness on the road.

The jazz vocalist’s 20-date national jaunt kicks off with a March 10 concert in Orlando, FL, and ends a month later with an April 9 performance in Los Angeles, CA. The tour includes stops on March 14 in Atlanta, GA; March 20 in New York, NY; March 27 in Chicago, IL; and April 3 in Seattle, WA.

Venue details have not yet been released for the coast-to-coast outing. Onsale information is also forthcoming and will be announced separately in each market.

The spring concerts kick off Bublé’s international Crazy Love Tour, which will continue through 2011 according to published reports. Nearly 20 additional concerts have already been announced for May 2010 in the UK and Europe, and further North American performances will be revealed early in the New Year.

Bublé has enjoyed a growing hold in the music industry since his 2003 debut, both in terms of album and ticket sales. His early October release “Crazy Love” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with only three days of sales under its belt, kicking the latest KISS album down to a surprising No. 2 debut on the chart.

The jazz vocalist has also been the king of ticket sales on his past North American tours. Bublé’s popularity as a live entertainer landed him in the Top 10 Concert Events on TicketNews’ exclusive events rankings over the course of several weeks in late 2007 and early 2008, and again in September 2008.

These appearances in the rankings coincided with public onsales for a lengthy 2008 U.S. tour. The first leg of the North American run began in January 2008 and continued through the end of May 2008. Bublé’s fall reappearance in TicketNews’ event rankings followed the announcement of another dozen U.S. dates in October 2008.

Michael Bublé – U.S. tour itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

March 10 Orlando, FL
March 12 Ft. Lauderdale, FL
March 13 Tampa, FL
March 14 Atlanta, GA
March 16 Philadelphia, PA
March 17 Pittsburgh, PA
March 19 Worcester, MA
March 20 New York, NY
March 23 Cleveland, OH
March 24 Cincinnati, OH
March 25 Detroit, MI
March 27 Chicago, IL
March 28 St. Paul, MN
March 30 Denver, CO
March 31 Salt Lake City, UT
April 2 Portland, OR
April 3 Seattle, WA
April 6 Oakland, CA
April 8 Phoenix, AZ
April 9 Los Angeles, CA