Michael Bublé Sings Acappella On NYC Subway

Michael Bublé gave a surprise to some morning commuters on the New York City subway.

The 37-year-old crooner showed up with singers from the band Naturally 7 at the Lincoln Center subway stop to give an acappella performance to those waiting for their train. Michael Bublé sang the ballad “Who’s Lovin’ You” from his newest album, To Be Loved.

The acappella performance had many people stopping and taking pictures and videos of Michael Bublé, who was decked out in a black suit and tie.

The Grammy-winning singer said the acappella performance with Naturally 7 was an uplifting experience.

“Singing in the New York subway is something that’s been done for years and years, and I feel like it’s the most authentic, organic way to make music,” he said after the performance.

Bublé has been doing a lot of work to promote the new album, but said the surprise subway performance was the most enjoyable.”This is the thing I’m most excited about,” he said.
Bublé is no stranger to surprise performances. He’s featured in a famous viral clip where a mom near the front row calls out to tell Michael about her 15-year-old son’s singing ability. Thinking he would humor the woman, Bublé invited the boy on stage to sing a duet with him, and was floored by the powerful vocals.The clip comes from Bublé’s ITV1 documentary This is Michael Bublé.

While the crooner has been busy with promoting his new album, his home life has been equally hectic. He and his wife are expecting their first child, and on a visit to the Today show he said he’s hoping for a girl.

“Girls are always daddy’s girls, and boys want nothing to do with you,” Bublé said.

For anyone who’s interested, Michael Bublé posted the acappella performance on his YouTube page on Thursday, and within 24 hours it already garnered more than 330,00 views.