Pretty cool dancer in Rome Click here to view original web page at Street Performer in Roma, 2015
A Japanese street performer at Ueno Park, Tokyo scared the audience with chars on 25 April 2015. Click here to view original web page at Funny Japanese street performance at Ueno Park
Six-time New Zealand beat boxing champion Paul Teariki Toki, better known as King Homeboy, is headed to Germany to vie for the world champion title. Seven Sharp’s Erin Conroy explains why people lined up to give the popular street performer cash for the trip. Here’s where you can contribute: […] Click here to view original […]
A piper plays on Westminster Bridge. Picture: Getty BORIS Johnson has effectively banned the “piercing sound” of bagpipes from the streets of London, with pipers told to find locations “with no flats, offices, shops or hotels”. The London mayor recently announced the city’s first “code of conduct” for buskers, […] Click here to view original […]
Australia PERFORMERS near and far are sought to make the streets of Isa hum with the sound of music in the lead-up to Isa Fest. Performers entering the Mount Isa Discovery Holiday Parks Busking Competition from Monday, May 11, will compete for a prize pool of more than $7000. Headspace […] Click here to view […]
I found an interesting street performer in Old Town, Bucharest. Try to forget about awkward bitch that didn’t know I was filming. Click here to view original web page at Puppeteering Busker in Old Town Bucharest.
I ♥️ seeing talented people doing what they’re passionate about, even if it’s singing and playing the guitar in a San Francisco train station like if they’re in Madison Square Garden. Check local street performer Peter Feligiano performing “Pony” by Genuine. Click here to view original web page at GUY PLAYING GUITAR IN SUBWAY STATION!
While we were waiting in line to climb to the top of Notre Dame, this fellow showed up and began to entertain us. I missed a lot of his best stuff before it occurred to me to pull out my iPhone. Still, it’s worth watching. Great street art deserves […] Click here to view original […]
Anthony Riley appears on season eight of ‘The Voice.’ (NBC) Nick Vadala, Philly.com Posted: Wednesday, March 25, 2015, 1:30 PM Philadelphia native and fan favorite Anthony Riley abruptly left NBC’s The Voice this week, with coach Pharrell Williams announcing that he departed due to “personal reasons.” Now, Riley’s legal […] Click here to view original […]
Charlie Croft, from City of York Council, busker Jonny Walker from the Keep Streets Live campaign and Hanus Wolf, from Burgins Perfumery, who have agreed new guidelines on busking in York A NEW buskers’ guide has been launched in York, aimed at fostering harmonious relationships between street entertainers, businesses […] Click here to view original […]
Managed to Bump into this street Performer while i was in London 20th April 2015. don’t know how much of the show i missed but what i recorded was cool i think.. Sorry if the camera is slightly wobbley @rossmagician twitter rossmccourt.com his web site Click here to view original web page at London Eye […]
As a college student in Nebraska, I would often spend chilly December weekends on street corners with my saxophone quintet, playing jazz arrangements of Christmas classics. After one afternoon, we split the proceeds in our open saxophone case five ways. My cut was just enough to procure a small […] Click here to view original […]
One day in 2000, Susan Dietrich Schneider picked up the box of her life and threw its contents away. The Space Lady. (Courtesy) For 16 years, Schneider had supported her family by busking on the streets of San Francisco, and did the same for 12 years before that in […] Click here to view original […]
Dan Raspyni selected Fisher Smith, 9, of Edmond, to assist him with this trick where Smith balances three spinning bowls with his head and both hands as Raspyni adds three plastic golf balls into each bowl, causing the bowls and the balls to spin simultaneously. Raspyni performs his juggling […] Click here to view original […]
The lost folk tradition of making music with a carpenter’s saw and a violin bow. The Musical Saw was very popular in the beginning of the 20th century. The fact that a saw can “sing” was discovered both in Europe and in the U.S. at about the same time. […] Click here to view original […]
I was playing ‘Danny Boy’ at the 14th street subway station when a man approached me with such a look on his face. He told me he is a writer and was just coming back from a meeting with a publisher, who accepted his first book. The book is about […] Click here to view original […]