Michael Bublé Proves he has the Voice with A Cappella Performance in NYC Subway

 

By Dawn Cranfield

Michael Bublé Proves he has the Voice with A Cappella Performance in NYC Subway

Canadian crooner Michael Bublé proved his New York state of mind when he broke into song on the platform of a subway station today to the delight of fellow passengers.

Bublé sang Who’s Lovin You off of his newest album To Be Loved a capella style along with the group Naturally 7!

Bublé’s incredible talent was clear, absent computers, remastering techniques, or instruments to

Michael Bublé Proves he has the Voice with A Cappella Performance in NYC Subway

Recording artist Michael Buble poses for a portrait in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2009. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)

hide his vocals.

“Singing in the New York Subway is something that has been done for years and years and years; and I feel like it is the most authentic, organic way to make music,” said Bublé.  “Out of everything I am going to do in Europe and America, this is the thing I was most excited about.  I feel like a real New Yorker now.”

2 Responses to Michael Bublé Proves he has the Voice with A Cappella Performance in NYC Subway

  1. Emmanuel D (@E5Dg) April 26, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    He’s not famous and nobody cares a less for him he’s just another average singer, for that reason he has to do this kinda things cos he”s nobody

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