Yesterday morning, in celebration of his sixth studio release, Get Closer, Keith Urban played a surprise gig at the rotunda of New York City's Penn Station - an event organized in conjunction with Amtrak. He jammed on four songs, kicking the set off with "Days Go By," joking in the introduction that he wanted to perform all train songs. Up next was his newest single, "Put You In A Song," followed by "Only You Can Love Me This Way" and "Somebody Like You"AOL’s The Boot reports he thanked commuters for missing their trains, adding, "I finally made it to Penn Station. To heck with Madison Square Garden, we're gonna play here. We've got a new record coming out today, and we thought, 'What better way to celebrate than to come and bust at Penn Station?' But you don't need to throw money!" After his performance in New York City, Keith boarded the Amtrak Acela and headed to Philadelphia. In The City of Brotherly Love, he performed for hundreds of fans at 30th Street Station.Elton John's "Philadelphia Freedom" was among the five-song show, and according to theWashington Post, Urban said of the John cover, "It was either that or I do a Philly cheesesteak theme song."