Tag: Tammy

Diary Of A Busker Day 242

TweetDiary Of A Busker Day 242 Friday June 1st Winchester High Street (opposite Vodafone, Time: 1:45-3:15pm). A woman with three teeth comes up during Tammy. She remembers the tune but has forgotten the name so I tell her – and also the year (1957), at no extra charge. “I was living in Reading. They used to call me Tammy –… Read more →

Diary Of A Busker Day 196

TweetDiary Of A Busker Day 196 Tuesday February 14th Winchester High Street (opposite Vodafone, Time: 2:15-4:50pm). Today is not nearly as cold as it’s been the last two weeks so I’m able to play almost non-stop for over two hours – a rare thing. Before I set up I have a chat with Colin, one of the Incredibly Loud Saxophonists… Read more →

Diary Of A Busker Day 174

TweetDiary Of A Busker Wedenesday October 26th Winchester High Street (1. opposite Vodafone, Time: 1:20-3:30pm, 2. opposite Card factory, Time: 4:45-6:05pm, 3. opposite O2, Time: 6:15-6:35pm).              Three songs into my first set and I have to pack up as it starts raining. I’m back 15 minutes later…and the money’s a bit slow coming…then I play Tammy and a man… Read more →

Diary Of A Busker Day 170

TweetDiary Of A Busker Day 170 Tuesday October 18th Winchester High Street (1. opposite Phase Eight, Time: 12:55-2:35pm, 2. opposite O2, Time: 3:10-4:45pm).        After chatting with one of my aged regulars about hand warmers (it’s the first truly cold day) – for a good half-hour, I set up near The Buttercross. My old Italian lady, Delia, visits me, wrapped up… Read more →