Month: November 2012

Diary Of A Busker Day 296

Diary Of A Busker Day 296 Wednesday October 17th 2012 1. Opposite Bellis, Time: 2:23-3:25pm, 2. Opposite Oxfam, Time: 3:47-4:59pmThe other day I was approached by Victoria, the manager of the cinema, about playing a laid-back set in the foyer, before the screening of Celebration Day, the film of the 2007 Led Zeppelin concert. There was no money in it… Read more →

Diary Of A Busker Day 295

Diary Of A Busker Day 295 Friday October 12th 2012 Winchester High Street Opposite Oxfam, Time: 1:44-3:01pmOnce again, Walter emerges from the shadows just after I start playing. Every time! I remember to ask him about the Edgware Road thing; ‘So, Walter, why is it called that? (I play the four-note phrase).’ ‘I don’t know, some London bloke…’ave you ‘ad… Read more →

Diary Of A Busker Day 294

Diary Of A Busker Day 294 Monday October 8th 2012 Winchester High Street 1. Opposite Oxfam, Time: 1:57-3:01pm, 2. Opposite Vodafone, Time: 3:24-4:30pmAnother day of drizzle. It seems every time I’m at this end of the street, Walter turns up, on cue, almost like he’s lurking somewhere, waiting for me. He’s here again, with his “Same old song”, which is… Read more →