The buskers of Boston

WBUR interviews a bunch of buskers, including the woman who plays the harp at Downtown Crossing on the Orange Line.



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Fine Street Kitsch

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Many of them are quite good. But honestly, If I hear "The Candyman" at Government Center one more time, I am going to have a Schizoid Break.

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Candyman is nothing compared to Saxophone Guy...

That guy is hilarious. But does anyone remember Saxophone Guy from maybe 2010 or 2011ish? He would play at Downtown Crossing and State St occassionally for a few months. His favorite was "Here Comes the Bride" and other simple songs... but with a hideously mangled flair added in, not to mention a squeeky reed.

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