Buskers.....Following the footsteps of Evan Evanovitch....Pikes Place Market, Seattle, Washington


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Pikes Market Street performance or busking is the act of performing in public places for gratuities, since at least the 1960s, Pike Place Market has been known for street entertainers. Besides the aforementioned virtuoso spoons player Artis the Spoonman and renowned songwriter Jim Page, market performers in years past or present have included steel guitarist Baby Gramps; Johnny Hahn, who routinely hauls around a 64-key spinet piano; retro-jazzer Howlin' Hobbit, who more often settles for an easily carried ukulele; Evan Evanovitch, the well known accordionist who belts out rock and roll on his squeezebox, klezmer influenced musicians the Bus Tunnel Bandits, and hoop busker musician Emery Carl, chairman of the Market’s Performer’s Guild. These guys were playing up a storm when I walked past "Rachel" and saw them just ahead of me.....Available 8 x 11 b & w or watercolor print on Hahnemuhle Museum Etching Fine Art Inkjet Paper and each photograph is personally approved and hand-signed by the artist.

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