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Impromptu Concerts Invade Public Transit

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Michael Bublé in NYC subway: http://youtu.be/yMEXQNvEszA Rosana sings in Argentina's Subte: http://youtu.be/i4uW84pUliA Lion King cast on NYC Subway: http://youtu.be/W9QMM_nTuC4 Imagine taking a public transit ride and out of nowhere you and the rest of the passengers are serenaded by your favorite artist. That was the case for many subway riders in New York City who were recently caught in the middle of a surprise presentation by "The Lion King's" Broadway cast. It was also the case of Michael Bublé and Rosana who have both crooned audiences with this new trend of impromptu shows in public transportation. Spanish singer Rosana had a packed subway in the renown "Subte" of Buenos Aires, Argentina jamming to her single "El Talisman," when she jumped on board with her guitar. Michael Bublé, on the other hand, surprised passengers outside New York City's subway station by performing an a capella version of the classic Smokey Robinson tune "Who's Lovin' You", which Bublé has also recorded. Keep an eye open, because many artists are taking part in this new craze, and you never know when you'll be surprised with an unexpected concert.