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Burston's busker nights voted a success

PUBLISHED: 18:41 13 February 2008 | UPDATED: 10:23 12 July 2010

Musicians and singers from all over the area joined forces for the first of Burston Crown's Busker's Nights.

The event was hosted by the versatile Bazza Bizarre and it saw an evening of music - solo singing, traditional folk, comedy verses or covers.

Musicians and singers from all over the area joined forces for the first of Burston Crown's Busker's Nights.

The event was hosted by the versatile Bazza Bizarre and it saw an evening of music - solo singing, traditional folk, comedy verses or covers. It was enjoyed by all that attended and the night was voted a great success.

Bazza said: “We're very lucky to have the opportunity for so many individuals to group together and make music in a fun and enjoyable way. This is a great approach for new talent to show-case themselves in public.”

Bev, the landlady at the Burston Crown explained that it was an innovative way to bring new people to the village and was pleased by everyone's enthusiastic response to the idea of a music evening.

For any further information regarding the busking night at the Burston Crown, contact 01379 741257.

The Busker's Night will be held every Thursday from 8pm till late.


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