A top cover of “Help Me Make It Through the Night” is the lovely duet by Michael Bublé and Loren Allred.

With the help of the talented American vocalist Loren Allred, Michael Bublé released a heartfelt interpretation of “Help Me Make It Through The Night” by Kris Kristofferson in 2018. It seemed inevitable that Bublé would find her after her breakthrough with The Greatest Showman and ask her to sing a lovely duet with him.

This song, to paraphrase Michael Bublé, is about two helpless individuals who learn the hard way that they can’t make it through life without each other. The song’s melancholy tone belies its potential as a beautiful duet featuring two voices harmonizing around a shared theme. You can tell this song is meant to be a duet when Bublé and Allred’s vocals blend together. Below you may see a video of the amazing performance, complete with Bublé’s commentary:

Loren Allred credits her time on The Greatest Showman with launching her career and giving her the chance to share the stage with a beloved and famous Canadian vocalist. Her performance of “Never Enough” in the musical resulted in the song’s platinum certification and a position of 88 on the Billboard Hot 100 list. Impressive for one’s first foray into music! Ever since, she has embarked on numerous tours with the legendary Andrea Bocelli and published her own EP called Late Bloomer.

Covers of beloved classics have always sounded great on Michael Bublé, thanks to his distinctive and gentle voice. “Come Fly With Me” by Frank Sinatra is only one of many popular songs that he has reworked. His breakthrough came in 2000, though, when he was introduced to producer David Foster following his performance at the wedding of the daughter of the previous prime minister of Canada.

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