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April 27, 2013

Michael Buble and N7 sing in the subway

New York Daily News:

This is one way to brighten up a morning commute. New York subway riders were pleasantly surprised Thursday when Michael Buble decided to put on an impromptu acappella show between subway stops.


The crooner belted out the ballad “Who's Lovin' You,” off his latest album “To Be Loved.” Buble looked very dapper dressed in a black suit and tie as he serenaded the subway crowd that took video and snapped photos of the 37-year-old singer.

Buble was joined by the band Naturally 7 as his backup singers at the W. 66th Street stop. Buble's new album was just released last week featuring a whole new list of dance-worthy tunes. See video.

Posted by acapnews at April 27, 2013 12:00 AM