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Monday, December 29, 2014

New Book Seeks Bay Area Buskers

Posted By on Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 11:35 AM

Maybe you've been following Margaret Cho's San Francisco busking tour, or maybe you're always amazed by the cello player at the BART station, or maybe you're just a general a fan of street music — no matter where the epicenter for your love of street music lies, there's a pending book you should know about.

For anyone who loves to stop and listen to the sounds of the City, take note of the upcoming coffee-table book that will highlight the Bay Area busker scene. Even better, if you know a busker, let him/her know there's still time to submit his/her music, videos, and photos for inclusion in the book.

The companion book to the New York busker book, The Noise Beneath the Apple, is seeking submissions from those who make a living by performing on Bay Area streets. You can find out more about submission guidelines on the Noise Beneath the Apple site

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