Month: September 2023

Day 2238

Diary Of A Busker Day 2238 Tuesday September 26th 2023 Salisbury Market and Fish Row   It’s Tuesday in Salisbury which means Market Day and I set up next to that bloody horrible concrete platform in the corner. I’ve got The Ox Row and a load of other eateries on my right and a load of other eateries in front… Read more →

Day 2235

Diary Of A Busker Day 2235 Friday September 22nd 2023 Winchester High Street, Outside Starbucks A 45 minute session down at the crossroads and I debut a new song, It Must Be Love, which I’ve been asked to play at a wedding near Alresford on October the 7th. I played it once with few mistakes, no donations forthcoming but so… Read more →

Day 2229

Diary Of A Busker Day 2229 Saturday September 9th 2023 Winchester   A hot day – 30 degrees, the hottest this year apparently, but I can set up in the shade in The Square. Also set up are a load of fat multicoloured chalks for the usage of children and two in particular, a young girl of about 6 (family… Read more →

Day 2222

Day 2222 Friday September 1st 2023 Opposite the market Romsey   Day two-two-two-two! Anyway, I was going to go to Chichester today but the train strike put the kibosh on that. Why not get back on Route 66 to Romsey? I can’t remember the last time I was there but it might have been before the pandemic so it’s about… Read more →