Michael Bublé Performs for New York City Subway Commuters
Anyone who rides the New York City subway on a regular basis can tell you it can be an horrific experience. For instance, I saw a dead person last week! But how nice must it have been to, just once, get off the train and hear the dulcet tones of Michael Bublé — you know, the one your mom likes.
Thursday morning, Bublé stopped at 66th Street station (under Lincoln Center) to bust out an acapella version of the song “Who’s Lovin’ You” from his new album.
Fortunately, the Canadian singer brought along a camera crew to document his busking experience so the rest of us can enjoy it today.