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Street Band in Montreal’s Little Italy Jean-Talon Market

Just a snippet of sweet ragtime on a summer afternoon in Montreal at Jean-Talon Marche in Little Italy – don’t know the name nor the tune but dig what they were laying down

Creepers and Chums: global musicians

** Creepers and Chums Musician  Round-up playlist **

Best thanks to the assortment of Global Free Radicals who contributed music via video for Creepers and Chums. This playlist contains all of them with the addition of “pre-roll” and “post-roll” artifacts collected from various place, simply to amuse and surprise without context.

Kindly consider reaching-out/following/fan-ing/liking any of the bands you particularly enjoyed via social channels of your choosing. They are all part of your life narrative too as they participated in this memorial for our departed loved ones. Continue reading Creepers and Chums: global musicians

Street band play “Say Something” in Athens, Greece

Street band play a song called “Say Something” in Athens, Greece in the shadow of the Partheon.

Navona Band Play in a Rome Piazza

Street Band in Vancouver’s West End

Just a fine trio playing tunes on the street in Vancouver’s West End. Don’t know the name of the band, nor the tune but sure do enjoy it.

I Know You Rider at Grateful Dead 50th Shows lot Chicago

Acoustic, Bluegrass inspired, ukulele, electric bass and Djembe drum band playing “I know you Rider” at Grateful Dead 50th anniversary Fare Thee Well shows in the grassy knoll outside Soldier Field, Chicago. July 4th 2015.

These lads are called the Whiskey Hickon Boys, from Utah.

Busker Band at Grateful Dead 50th Shows in Chicago

Outside Solider Field in Chicago, thousands and upon thousands of Deadheads descending the surrounding parking lots, grassy knolls, museum steps and all points to commune, share music, hugs, sell items, and soak in the atmosphere which included this lovely little group of musicians.