Buskers: The On-the-Streets, In-the-Trains, Off-the-Grid Memoir of Two New York City Street Musicians

Buskers: The On-the-Streets, In-the-Trains, Off-the-Grid Memoir of Two New York City Street Musicians
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Frustrated by the indifference of the music business and piles of CD residence that collect dust in their offices, Torment and Jed Weinstein brothers took the radical choice to bring their music to the masses. They began playing on street corners, in subway stations, and when they could connect with an audience. To their surprise, far away is the terminus of a dead-end career, a street musician turned out to be the very beginning, the crowd of busy commuters crowded around, cheering, subscribe to their lists dissemination and acquire some stocks of these discs? 40,000 and counting. Buskers
, Torment and Jed tells her turbulent youth drug-and crime-filled nowhere-land Livingston, New Jersey, their brave attempt profitable rock ‘n’ roll through the conventional channels and how they unexpectedly to circumvent the music industry exceeded. They reveal fascinating details about the method and Lega Buskers: The On-the-Streets, In-the-Trains, Off-the-Grid Memoir of Two New York City Street Musicians

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