Michael Buble Suprises With Impromptu Subway Performance

04/26/2013
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(Radio.com) On any given day while riding the New York City subway, you're likely to stumble upon a few impromptu musical performance taking place, but it's not every day that commuters are treated to a performance from a Grammy winner.

Michael Buble surprised some very lucky commuters Thursday (April 25) morning when they stepped off the 1 train at Lincoln Center (W. 66th Street), only to be welcomed with an a cappella rendition of "Who's Lovin' You," off his new album To Be Loved.

Backed by the "vocal play" group Naturally 7, who sing "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You" on Bublè's latest album and are gearing up to open for the singer on his upcoming U.S. tour, the Canadian crooner treated unsuspecting fans to a classy version of the Jackson 5 song. The passing 1 train even added a little ambiance to the perfectly-in-pitch number.

While many fans were left starstruck by this sighting, it was Bublè who seemed most excited about his underground performance. Check out video and read more here.

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